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A few weeks ago we had a Podcast listener question where a member of the Irish learning community wanted to know more about the Bitesize Irish team.
Do you feel frustrated on a daily basis that you don’t have more time to learn the Irish language? Maybe it’s not Irish Gaelic, maybe it’s other things that you set up your expectations to do, but it’s not a … Continue reading
We recently discussed what’s really holding you back when it comes to learning the Irish language and in today’s Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast episode 78 we’re going to tackle a similar subject (probably scary for many) – the fear of … Continue reading
We all have reasons as to why we’re called towards a certain journey. If you’re interested in learning to speak the Irish language, it’s interesting to ask: Why did this journey choose me? Should I try to ignore its calls, … Continue reading
You can’t discuss the topic of Irish unity without talking about what has come in history before us.
Do you ever set out to do something but not actually achieve it in the end, and worse yet you beat yourself up about it? This is audio content. Play the episode using the player above. And then take WOOP … Continue reading
A listener question sparks an interesting topic – is the Irish language relevant to Irish people (compared to the U.S. for example). But before we go deeper in finding the answer, we first need to know what exactly defines the … Continue reading
Can the Irish language survive only if there are rural communities where the language is dominant? How important is the Gaeltacht (and what does really mean)? This is the main topic we’ve focused the 73rd episode of the Bitesize Irish … Continue reading
At Bitesize Irish Gaelic we’re always trying to learn more about our community and what exactly are our members’ goals in the matter of learning Irish Gaelic (and making a connection with their Irish heritage – where this is important … Continue reading