Stuck while Learning Irish Gaelic? Listen to this advice (Ep. 47) [Re-run]

Advice for Stuck while Learning Irish Gaelic

Hitting a bump now and then is to be expected when you are learning a new language. Irish isn’t an exception from this rule and we admit that getting stuck while learning Irish Gaelic can be troublesome. Not having people to practice can be a problem but if you listen to the following advice, you’ll be able to knock down any language barriers you see in front of you.

Learning Irish is a bit different than learning other languages due to things out of our control but even if the number of Irish speakers isn’t something to brag about, the Irish language’s beauty should be a solid argument for you to keep learning.

If you’re not looking for the beauty of the Irish language but your purpose is more pragmatic such as getting in touch with family or friends or just learning more of Ireland’s culture, that’s OK too. Whatever your reason may be, you’re going to hit a small bump now and then. Listen to this podcast episode and discover some advice to overcome any language learning obstacles.

This is a rebroadcast of the Bitesize Irish Gaelic 47th podcast episode in which Eoin “sits down” with Imelda White from Ard a’ Ratha (Co. Donegal) and talks about how to overcome language learning obstacles. Why should you listen to their advice? Well, Eoin is the person behind Bitesize Irish Gaelic and Imelda has been teaching Irish language classes in California for several decades.

If you’re looking for advice on how to get “unstuck” when learning Irish Gaelic, Eoin and Imelda are the people you should ask. Get pass your “stuck moment” by listening to the re-run of the 47th Bitesize Irish Gaelic podcast in the English language.

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