Limerick, April 1 2014: I don’t know how to put this.
It’s our bad.
People are constantly getting confused between Irish vs Gaelic, right?
And we slipped up too. Big time.
In preparing our Bitesize online lessons, somehow, somewhere, our course was written for Scottish Gaelic, and not as Irish Gaelic!
Right now, the blame is on an intern. He told us he spoke Gaelic. Turns out, it was Rosetta Stone Gaelic he had learned from (a fine, polished product, please do check those guys out).
I can’t put into words how sorry I am. Thousands of learners have opened accounts with Bitesize Irish Gaelic since 2010. We’ve let each and every one of you down.
To see our mistake, you could register for a free trial, if you like. Just keep in mind it’s actually all Scottish Gaelic (again, sooo sorry).
At this point, I’m not sure whether to give up, or switch our name to “Bitesize Gaelic”. At least the name wouldn’t be such a mouthful.
On the bright side, if you have Scottish heritage, we’re here to help you make a real connection with your Scottish heritage!
I’ll have to brush up now on my Rosetta Stone Gaelic. Hope you’ll join me.
Oh, and by the way, April fools.