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Irish Immersion Weekends play an important role in making the Irish language known to people who may want to learn more about it. They can take place all over the World, but most of them are organized in the United … Continue reading
People have their reasons for learning a new language. Some will learn it because they want to get a better job or they are planning to move to a new country. When looking back at our experience and amazing feedback … Continue reading
We’re always working here at Bitesize Irish Gaelic to improve the course and add any vocabulary that we know that our members want and would find useful.
Readers of this blog, as well as every Bitesize Irish Gaelic student know that our motto is “learn Irish at your own pace”. Until now we met really interesting people who shared with us (and with the Bitesize community) their … Continue reading
Most people who start learning Irish Gaelic with the help of Bitesize soon discover they got more that what they bargained for. We’re not talking about the great tools that Bitesize provides to Irish-learning people, but what does “learning Irish … Continue reading
Some languages are easier to learn than others, but at the same time, some languages are (arguably) more beautiful than others. There is a certain balance between these two qualities for those who may want to learn them. If you … Continue reading
Having Irish heritage means different things for Irish-Americans. Some of them don’t really try to find out more about their roots and follow the American way of living, but most of the American citizens we talked to over the years had a … Continue reading
Deciding to learn Irish Gaelic is genuinely noble quest to embark on. If you manage to master the language, you’ll be a part of a select community of individuals that are keeping Irish alive, and ensuring its future by using … Continue reading
We’ve mentioned this a few times on our blog and Facebook page. You don’t need Irish heritage to learn the Irish language. Although people with heritage will have a better chance of mastering Irish Gaelic, that doesn’t mean that heritage … Continue reading
If you are even a bit interested in Irish Gaelic, you know that it’s not the easiest language to understand. On top of that, it has 3 main dialects so it should be even harder to learn, right? Well, not … Continue reading