Learning the Irish language is easier if you have someone to practice. We acknowledged this issue over than a year ago and started working towards building a strong community with online practice tools.
We recently discussed what’s really holding you back when it comes to learning the Irish language and in today’s Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast episode 78 we’re going to tackle a similar subject (probably scary for many) – the fear of what other people are saying and thinking about you.
This Irish pronunciation video will teach you how to say “Wake up!” using the Irish language.
A few weeks ago we launched a new tool to help you strengthen the connection to your Irish heritage by making it easier to start learning the Irish language. What’s holding you back from learning the Irish language?
We all have reasons as to why we’re called towards a certain journey. If you’re interested in learning to speak the Irish language, it’s interesting to ask: Why did this journey choose me? Should I try to ignore its calls, or accept that it’s part of me?
Many members of our enthusiastic community see Irish as a strange but beautiful language. Learn it may have its ups and downs, but if you see it as a way of improving yourself, and not as a chore, you will see progress with every Irish lesson.
You can’t discuss the topic of Irish unity without talking about what has come in history before us.
Watch our weekly Irish pronunciation video and learn how to say “husband” and “wife” using the Irish language.
I have recently moved to Ireland and would like to be able to pronounce place names in Irish and make some sense of them. Thanks to the internet, you can hear most Irish place names being pronounced by a local in both Irish and English on the website logainm.ie.