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Watch our weekly Irish pronunciation video and learn how to say “husband” and “wife” using the Irish language.
Many people have the wrong impression about the Irish language. It’s not uncommon to talk to someone about Irish Gaelic and hearing that “it’s a dying language”, when that’s far from the truth. The Irish language isn’t dying, not at … Continue reading
Did you know that the word “whiskey” is actually an Anglicisation of the first word in the Gaelic phrase “uisce beatha” meaning “water of life”? This phrase is also a translation of the Latim term “aqua vitae” (describing distilled spirits … Continue reading
Learning Irish Gaelic doesn’t have to be hard. As long as you don’t see it as a chore and you find interesting ways to make Irish a part of your daily activities, learning the Irish language can be achieved with … Continue reading
Like we promised on numerous occasions, our Irish pronunciation videos won’t just be about “how to say a specific phrase”, but we’re going to diversify the Irish videos by doing pronunciations of poems and prayers. We won’t stop here, since … Continue reading
In today’s Dear Bitesize post, let’s answer two questions that were recently received here at Bitesize Irish Gaelic. First of all, Lilia would like to know how to tell someone “I like you” in Irish Gaelic. Another Irish language student, … Continue reading
The counties of Ireland are more than just sub-national divisions that geographically demarcate areas of local government. The 32 traditional counties of Ireland tell us a lot about their people, but more important show us how the country transformed itself … Continue reading
The birth of a child should always be a moment of celebration. Just being able to bring another human being to this World and making sure he has the best start in life has to be something that most of … Continue reading
Ireland and the U.S. have a lot of things in common. Both of these countries and their people struggled, but managed to break connections from the “mother land” and to establish themselves at independent states.
St. Patrick’s Day is probably the biggest holiday in Ireland and it fills our hearts with warmth to see the positive effect this holiday has all over the World. If you’ll check your news feed around St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll … Continue reading