The Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast was a free discussion show for Irish language learners around the world (in English). There, you can listen to all past episodes.
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There are several things you can do to improve your Irish language learning process. You could start by immersing yourself in Irish (by listening to audio and watching videos such as our Irish pronunciation videos) or by finding a group … Continue reading
Two full years after our last Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast episode, this is the return of an experiment!
One worthy goal of learning Irish Gaelic is to make sure that the language keeps living on through the people who speak it. We could say that the future of the Irish language is unsure (and probably controversial) so we … Continue reading
Every time we step out of our comfort zone and start to do something hard, we need a pretty good reason. If you start exercising then you do it to be healthier, when you change your job it’s because you … Continue reading
Ireland is a top destination for tourists from all over the World. We don’t know if it’s the “amazing weather”, the beautiful landscapes or the spirit of the Irishmen, but people are adding our country to their travel bucket lists … Continue reading
Irish Gaelic isn’t the easiest language to learn so you will have to adjust your learning process if you want to achieve a conversational level of Irish, or even be fluent in the language. You don’t have to worry though. … Continue reading
What would you say is the best way to connect to Irish culture? You could start learning a few things about Ireland’s history and geography, but that’s only going to have an improved general knowledge about the country. If you … Continue reading
Ever wondered what’s it like for an immigrant to come and live in Ireland? Are the Irish welcoming people? We’re sure that’s the case for most people coming to Ireland from other countries in search for a better life, but … Continue reading
If you really have a passion for the Irish language & culture, you will make it a priority to learn Irish Gaelic and visit the Gaeltacht at least once in your lifetime. Don’t feel bad if you can’t afford a … Continue reading
When you travel to the United States, there’s a big chance that you’ll meet an American with Irish heritage. From our travels, we discovered that these people have some great stories to tell and many of them have traveled to … Continue reading