Tag Archives: Bitesize Irish Gaelic.

Our B.I.G. Picture

Let’s be up front about it: our secret evil mission with Bitesize Irish Gaelic is to get you to make the Irish language part of your day, every day.

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Make the Irish Language Part of Your Daily Life

Up until now, our fundamental aim at Bitesize Irish Gaelic was to help you make a real connection with your Irish heritage, by learning to speak Irish Gaelic. After thinking about what we can do for you, it’s become apparent … Continue reading

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5 Year Bitesize Birthday!

This week, I must say we’re feeling old! Or is “mature” the term? Bitesize Irish Gaelic has now been teaching you Irish Gaelic for FIVE YEARS! And read further below on how you can take advantage of this celebration with … Continue reading

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Share Your Irish Language Learning Story

We’re looking for those of you who have spent at least a few months delving into Irish language, Irish culture, and wherever that brought you.

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Now Learn Irish Gaelic at www.bitesize.irish

The new URL for Bitesize Irish Gaelic is www.bitesize.irish. You’ll still find the same popular program for learning to speak Irish Gaelic in Bitesize portions.

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Small Regular Bites Beat Big Batches

Imagine a world where the only way to achieve something was to do it all day, every day, until you mastered it. You could apply this concept to how to use a new app you installed, how to perfectly cook … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons to Speak Irish Gaelic (Ep. 38)

Podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English). Do you need a bit of motivation for speaking some Irish Gaelic? Eoin covers the top ten reasons for speaking Ireland’s native language

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Recent questions from Irish learners

Below are three recent questions we’ve received at Bitesize Irish Gaelic from learners of Irish Gaelic. Our Irish language expert is at hand, so you’re not alone learning to speak Irish.

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Frustrated With Pronouncing “Go Breá” in Irish Gaelic

The pronunciation of written Irish Gaelic is often an obstacle for learners of our native Irish language. There are also new sounds you’ll hear, that are new to your ear.

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