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While learning Irish Gaelic can give you one of the best feelings ever, we do agree that it’s not the easiest language to learn. Because of that, we’re sure you’ll have a lot of questions. Maybe you’re reading some Irish … Continue reading
As you may have noticed, we’re starting to organize more live events for our community. Learning Irish Gaelic can’t be done just by reading information of a piece of paper, you need other types of materials such as audio and … Continue reading
We recently held a Bitesize Beo Dialects live event. It was given by Siobhán, our Language Assistant (whom you can ask for help when you’re a member, plus she hold monthly Skype calls for members).
How to grasp Irish Gaelic dialects Do you find dialects baffling? Have you ever been left confused and discouraged when listening to a conversation in Irish and feeling like you were listening to a number of different languages? The Irish … Continue reading
Even before you start learning Irish Gaelic, you’ll discover that the language has three main dialects. This shouldn’t scare you in any way sinnce picking up the finer technical points of dialect differences is not something you should worry yourself with … Continue reading
Members of Bitesize Irish Gaelic, and non-members alike, often contact us with questions. Here are some recent answers to them that might also be of interest to you.
The road to knowledge and self-improvement is paved with little doubts our mind constructs so it doesn’t leave the “feel-good state” it’s in. You know what we’re talking about, right? Let’s say you want to start a video blog on … Continue reading
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.
Lots of listener questions, plus emails we have received about learning to speak the native language of Ireland. Eoin also addresses a forum thread about whether or not he’s an native speaker of Irish. What’s your opinion? Read on, and … Continue reading