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Teaching is one of the most respectable life paths that one may take. There are several reasons why we think this. It all starts with the fact that personal skills aren’t enough to be a good teacher – you also … Continue reading
One of the reasons why we’re rebroadcasting our old Podcast episodes is that people who just found out about Bitesize, or just started learning Irish Gaelic using our tools, may learn everything there is to know about us, and Bitesize … Continue reading
Between 1820 and 1930, over 4.5 million Irish arrived in the United States. Even more, in the 1840s, Irish immigrants comprised nearly half of all immigrants to this nation. Today, there are 34.5 million Americans who list their heritage as either primarily or partially … Continue reading
Do you have a place to call “home”? We’re not talking specifically about a house, apartment or something like that, but more like a place that’s close to your heart. That place may be your home town, somewhere new or … 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
Since we started Bitesize, we met and interacted with a lot of amazing people who wanted to learn Irish Gaelic. Some people had a really proactive attitude and started right away, but others had some doubts before joining the Bitesize … Continue reading
You all know about the thought experiment called Schrödinger’s cat, right? This scenario presents a cat that may be simultaneously both alive and dead, a state referred to as a quantum superposition, as a result of being linked to a random … Continue reading
Many people see the ending of a podcast series as a bad thing. We chose not to look at it like something that was ending but as something that was just beginning, and if you are one of the Bitesize … Continue reading
Learning Irish Gaelic is definitely easier if you get a chance to practice it. Seeing how the number of Irish speakers isn’t growing, finding someone to practice Irish with can be a little harder than expected.
The moment you sign up to Bitesize Irish Gaelic, you have access to a lot of audio, video and written resources. But your Irish Gaelic learning experiencing doesn’t stop there since we’re doing our best to provide you with questions … Continue reading