Sometimes we should remind ourselves of how much or a marginal language the Irish language is in Ireland. This all depends on your perspective. My overall view is highly positive: there’s a huge energy and spirit among Irish language speakers (read more below). It’s certainly not a “dead” or extinct language.
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I have recently moved to Ireland and would like to be able to pronounce place names in Irish and make some sense of them. Thanks to the internet, you can hear most Irish place names being pronounced by a local in both Irish and English on the website logainm.ie.
Most companies tend to sell stuff by focusing on the “our product is the best on the market” idea. From what we’ve seen and experimented on our own when it comes to learning and self-improvement, that’s not necessarily the case. Of course, you’ll need a top-notch product that your clients can use with ease. That product …
When you take our free email course Irish for Beginners, we ask you to email us “What’s holding you back?” Here’s what Dawn emailed us recently: The biggest thing that’s holding me back is lack of access to other Gaelic speakers! I feel a language is a bit useless – unless you have someone to …
Limerick, April 1 2016 – Bitesize Irish Garlic would like to apologise to all our customers. It’s come to our attention that there’s been wide-spread confusion, and it’s our fault.
A couple of weeks ago, we asked you four simple questions in a survey. They were all related to your perception of linguistic talent. A person emailed saying “But they’re all the same question!”, which was not the case. Let’s dig deeper.
Do you feel like you’re a “languages person”, or that a new language is outside of your reach? Edit: the results are in! Results to the linguistic mindset survey.
People share and enjoy the spirit of Halloween in different ways. Some like to dress up, others love to watch scary movies and some people like to indulge themselves in great & spooky literature. We’re doing our part for Samhain, which is all about what inhabits the fairy world and we’re giving away two copies of …
We hear from a lot of you that pronunciation of Irish Gaelic is hard. It’s a stumbling block for a lot of Irish language learners. So don’t worry if you find it challenging, you’re not alone.
Get the behind-the-scenes info about how the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast gets to your earbuds every two weeks. After our recent article on Being Bitesize is Beautiful, where you got to read about our team, in this episode you’ll hear how the podcast itself gets to you.