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What is Bitesize Irish Gaelic? We believe that the most personal way you can express your Irish heritage is to speak some of our language. And you can do that thousands of miles outside of Ireland. Our online bitesize lessons let you learn to speak Irish Gaelic, all at your own pace. Find out more.
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Category Archives: Irish Pronunciation Videos
This Irish pronunciation video will teach you how to say “Wake up!” using the Irish language.
Watch our weekly Irish pronunciation video and learn how to say “husband” and “wife” using the Irish language.
Music is such an important part of Ireland’s culture. Combined with traditional dance and with the Irish language, music is a great way for someone to discover Irish culture with ease.
We’re starting a new video series on our blog and on the YouTube channel. In the past months we received several requests from our community to talk a bit more about Irish grammar, so we’re going to answer those requests … Continue reading
Do you remember how to say “Whiskey” in Irish Gaelic? Then you should also know how to say “Water” using the Irish language.
This week’s Irish pronunciation video will teach you how to say “excuse me” using the Irish language. Check out the written pronunciation at the end of this blog post.
Many people have the wrong impression about the Irish language. It’s not uncommon to talk to someone about Irish Gaelic and hearing that “it’s a dying language”, when that’s far from the truth. The Irish language isn’t dying, not at … Continue reading
We often get request for our Irish Gaelic Pronunciation videos and since our focus is to help our community to learn the Irish language, we do our best to add these requests to our weekly videos. As you probably know, … Continue reading
The “slender r” sound in Irish Gaelic is a special sound, and an essential part of the language, although it’s not often taught. For that reason, you can give your spoken Irish Gaelic a boost by practicing it.
Did you know that the word “whiskey” is actually an Anglicisation of the first word in the Gaelic phrase “uisce beatha” meaning “water of life”? This phrase is also a translation of the Latim term “aqua vitae” (describing distilled spirits … Continue reading