Wherever you may be in the world, I hope you’ll celebrate with us for 2013. It’s been a real Irish summer, with plenty of warm days, warm breezes, and even warm sunshine.
To help celebrate, we’re having a less than half price sale for our on-the-go learning (at the end of this post).
Are you on the move this summer?
If you’re outside this summer, why not learn little bites of Irish on the move? Check out better than half-price sale at the end of this post to get learning.
Let the journey continue
Learn Irish Out and About: BETTER than half-price SALE
Get on the move
I hope you enjoyed the taste of an Irish summer. (Don’t let the woolly hat fool you – it was very early in the morning!).
Are you on the move this summer? What if you’re even planning a trip to Ireland in the next summer or two?
You know what’s a guaranteed way to put a smile on Irish locals’ faces? Use a few Irish language words with them!
Please don’t read on if:
- If you’ll never find just five minutes per day to hear me speak Irish, no matter where you are
- If you don’t have a smartphone, iPhone or MP3 player
- If you’re not into learning a “dying” language (yeah right!)
But what if I’m not a “languages person”? I’ve probably never said this here, but I’m not a “languages person”. Do you think it’s crazy that we run Bitesize Irish Gaelic, and I not being a languages person? The catch is my love for Ireland, my love for what’s Irish, and the love of the Irish language. It’s a special language with a special magic, which will bring you straight into the heart of Ireland’s culture.
I’ll feel embarrassed when I get to Ireland, trying to speak Irish. My largest amount of possible respect goes to you if you’re wanting to speak some of Ireland’s native language. If you learn to say the right phrases, you’ll be able to even navigate simple conversations. Or at least order a Guinness while you’re in the Gaeltacht!
Are you ready for our better-than-half-price summer sale?
Our Bitesize Irish Gaelic Audio Program is a full audio course that I recorded last summer. It’s perfect to listen along with your earbuds while you’re out and about.
The bitesize audio lessons are only about 5 minutes each on average. So they’ll fit into your on-the-go schedule.
All this is included
The normal price for the full Audio Program course is $57, and we’re putting the price up to $97 next week.
But this being a celebration, we’ll throw in our Pronunciation Cheat Sheets Bundle absolutely FREE. It’s normally $57 if you want to purchase the pronunciation bundle (including our 4-step method to pronouncing any word, and worksheets).
No, wait. Let’s make this a proper celebration. Let me bring down the Audio Program to $47, plus the Pronunciation Cheat Sheets Bundle for FREE.
All this is included in our summer bundle:
- 15 hours of bitesize audio lessons – an entire course for your iPhone, iPod, smartphone or MP3 player
- PDFs of the audio lesson texts
- 4-step Illustrated Pronunciation Method
- 13 pronunciation cheat sheets (in PDF format for easy printing)
- Worksheets to test your pronunciation
- Bonus cheat sheet: Secret Spelling Rule
Again, you’ll get all that, for only $47 this week only (the Irish summer vanishes as quickly as it comes!).
Click here to purchase the entire bundle via PayPal or credit card right now.
You’ll be covered by my 30-day moneyback guarantee. All your money back, no questions asked.
6 thoughts on “A celebration of 2013: A real Irish summer”
My family members all the time say that I am wasting my time here at net, however
I know I am getting experience all the time by reading thes nice articles or
Yeah for beautiful weather! Maybe it will return in October?
It’s possible… but let’s just say, be prepared for the rain 🙂
Looking forward to meeting all of you.
will this course work on an iPad? I don’t have an iPod or iPhone?
If it does I’d like to order it.
Hey Sheila. Sure thing – you’d download the course on your computer first (so you can unzip all the audio files). After that, you can load them into iTunes and copy them to your iPad. If there’s any step we can help you with, just contact us directly.
If you want to see how bad last summer was in Ireland (in weather terms, it was still fun), check out our summer’s post last year! http://www.bitesizeirishgaelic.com/blog/summer-day-2012/