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Make Yourself Comfortable with Learning Irish Gaelic

One of Bitesize’s success secrets is that we have an active & enthusiastic community of people learning Irish Gaelic and interested in Ireland’s culture, and history. That’s why we’re featuring their interviews on our blog – it’s a great resource … Continue reading

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Is There a Best Time to Learn Irish Gaelic?

One of the biggest problems that Irish learners have is that they don’t have the time to study. Others may encounter an issue where they schedule learning time, but don’t get to it due to unplanned events. If you find … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Learning Irish Gaelic

You don’t need an Irish heritage to study the Irish language. In fact, a small part of the Bitesize community is learning Irish Gaelic so they can challenge themselves. Most people who do this are also in love with the … Continue reading

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Visit Ireland, Fall in Love With the Irish Language

Most people in the Irish-learning community at Bitesize start to learn Irish Gaelic so they can have conversations with relatives and locals, or to strengthen the connection to their Irish heritage. But we were also lucky to meet people who … Continue reading

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The True Definition of Learning Irish “At Your Own Pace”

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

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Learning Irish is Learning the History, Culture, and Values of the Irish People

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

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Learning Irish Gaelic Has To Be Taken Seriously

Irish Gaelic isn’t the easiest language you could learn, but you shouldn’t aim for the easiest things in life, right? Most people who are learning the Irish language are doing it to identify with their heritage, learn more about themselves, … Continue reading

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Keep the Irish Heritage Alive by Learning Irish Gaelic

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

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Learning Irish Gaelic to Fill in the Blanks

Should you learn Irish Gaelic if you were born in Ireland or you have Irish heritage? You should, but only if you want to. You don’t want to learn Irish if it’s not something to do. Making it a chore will make … Continue reading

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Learning Irish and Moving to Ireland

Ireland is a great destination for tourist from all over the World, but for many other people, it’s more than that. If you take a look at the country’s history and the immigration patterns, you may think that people change … Continue reading

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