One of the things we keep saying over and over, just like a broken (but extremely important) record is that you should try to make Irish Gaelic a part of your day to day activities if you plan to learn the language. One could say that you should add it to your lifestyle.
But how does one do this? Well, if you read some of our Bitesize Irish Gaelic community interviews, you’ll see that people add Irish Gaelic to their every day. For example, David Smith greets everyone at his office in Irish Gaelic. He brings a smile to the people around him and at the same time, he keeps learning Irish Gaelic.
Other people add Irish Gaelic to their lifestyle by listening to the radio, Irish music or read Irish literature. You’ll have to find your own way to make Irish Gaelic a part of your life.
Don’t worry if you can’t figure out how to do that – we’re here to help! In this rebroadcast of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic 59th episode, you’ll have the chance to meet Vanessa Bushell who is planning her trip to Ireland and has made the Irish language part of her daily life. She’s from Australia and on this rerun of the Bitesize podcast (in English language) she’s going to help you understand how to make Irish Gaelic a part of your lifestyle.