The world is changing every single day and with it, the ways we use to learn new things have to be updated. At Bitesize, we take pride in providing you with comprehensive tools that allow you to learn Irish at your own pace, without pressuring you into doing something you don’t like.
Taking this into consideration, we’ve added a new feature to the Bitesize blog that will help you with the journey of learning Irish Gaelic with the help of video content.
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Learning Irish Gaelic with the Help of Video Content
Here are some examples of Irish pronunciation videos we’ve added recently that will surely help you in your journey of learning Irish Gaelic with the help of video content.
For those who want other great tools to learn Irish at their own pace, we would recommend taking a look at the:
How to say – I love shopping in Irish Gaelic
Is breá liom ag siopadóireacht
I love shopping
/Iss braw lyum egg shup-ah-door-ukht/
How to say goodbye in Irish Gaelic
Slán /Slawn/ = goodbye
Slán leat /Slawn lyat/: said by the person staying behind.
Slán agat /Slawn a-gut/: said by the person leaving.
f you simply need to recite the days of the week, here is what you would say:
Dé Luain (Jay LOO-in): Monday
Dé Máirt (Jay march): Tuesday
Dé Céadaoin (Jay KAY-deen): Wednesday
Déardaoin (JAY-ar-deen): Thursday
Dé hAoine (Jay HEEN-yeh): Friday
Dé Sathairn (Jay SA-ha-rin): Saturday
Dé Domhnaigh (Jay DOH-nee): Sunday
Bonus Video for subscribers – How to say Happy Halloween in Irish Gaelic
Bonus Video for subscribers: How to say Thank you in Irish Gaelic