Best-Of Bits of Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast’s First Year (Ep. 27)

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Listen back to the Best-Of Bits of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast with Eoin.

It’s hard to believe that our little discussion show podcast has been running for a year already. Our objective is to bring learnings of the Irish language closer together, no matter you’re located.

It’s been a fantastic reading your comments on shows. You, the listener, is what makes this podcast.

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Comments

  1. Ciarán o Carroll says:

    Go raibh maith agat Eoin .níl muinín mé tabair amach mo banc sonras.

  2. Catherine says:

    It was very nice to hear others experience in travel and in learning the language.
    It would be nice to travel to Ireland and my sister and I plan on it. Dingle sounds like a wonderful place to start. I am not much into big cities. Have been to Hawaii and it was like a four times more expensive Seattle visit. I tried learning the language as you know. I have taken German, Spanish and Danish , but Irish is by far
    the hardest I have ever tried to learn. Maybe I am going about it wrong, maybe being 60 has something to do with it lol I do not know , but I really did try. Love the pod cast and love hearing others that have made good of it *smiles* Slán go foíll

  3. Natallia Kharytaniuk says:

    Oh I loved the part of Felicity’s story about neighbours gathering in one house in the evenings… I just couldn’t hear the Irish word for that, but the tradition is beautiful. I even think I already miss it 🙂 Go raibh maith agat, Felicity!

  4. Barbara says:

    Podcasts are really nice! I have to say that Irish is a very difficult language, but I want at least try to learn something of it! Anyway I am really enjoying the lessons.
    Slán go foíll

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