Bitesize Irish Gaelic isn’t the only resource you should be using to learn Irish Gaelic vocabulary. We have lots of vocabulary lessons, but you should also be using lots of other resources. You’ll come across lots of new words. Of course, you can’t memorize each word instantly. Instead of getting overwhelmed, use a flashcard program
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The Irish language has had a fair share of ups and downs throughout its history. If you’re learning the language now, or want to, you are part of such a positive force. At the same time, its hard to ignore negative aspects of its history. First, the bad side The 2002 census of Ireland told
There’s lots of things you can as part of your Irish learning, and Bitesize Irish Gaelic online lessons is only a small part of it. Immersion in the language lets your brain flip to a new language. You can help it by actively learning, or even by passively watching. TG4 Irish language television is such
Bitesize Irish Gaelic was started waaay back in 2008 (correction: 2009). That’s when we came up with the ideas, and Saša claims to have come up with the name. You already know that learning to speak Irish can be fun, but it is hard work. The truth is, you also need to take a break
I would love to tell you that learning to speak Irish like others have been is easy. I would love to tell you that it’s always fun. Sure, it can be fun, and you can make it easier on yourself by breaking it down into taking one or two small lessons at a time. But
If you’ve considered learning the Irish language, one of the first things that may have thrown you off was how the Irish language is pronounced. If you’re a learner, in Irish we say you’re a “foghlaimeoir“. But how would you even go about pronouncing that word? How would you break down a relatively simple word