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. Adjusting your learning process so you can master Irish Gaelic can be done with ease, if you’re enthusiastic about doing it, and you don’t see it as a chore.
Adjusting your learning process for Irish Gaelic is actually about being ready to use more additional resources and to learn the language in small regular pieces (The Bitesize Method). For this to work you will need to immerse yourself in the language by going to Irish language events, listening to Irish radio, watching Irish TV or Irish Pronunciation Videos.
Next, if you want to discover how you can learn the language in small regular pieces, we recommend you to listen this rebroadcast of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast – episode 36, where Eoin talks to Karen Reshkin about the process of learning Irish. Karen is an accomplished Irish language speaker and she has some great insight if you want to learn it in small regular pieces.
This is a rebroadcast of the 36th episode of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast, in the English language.