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Bitesize Irish Gaelic includes learning-enhancement quizzes. They’re not to stress you out, but rather to help you learn words and spelling in Irish Gaelic, faster.
We’re always working here at Bitesize Irish Gaelic to improve the course and add any vocabulary that we know that our members want and would find useful.
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
Listen to Vanessa who has never been to Ireland (yet), but has made the Irish language part of her daily life. Living in Australia, she talks about her upcoming trip to Ireland. Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic … Continue reading
Do you say to yourself “I’d love to speak some Irish Gaelic”, but “I can’t get around to it”? You can’t get around to it because it sounds like work. I’m sure you can “get around” to checking Facebook or … Continue reading
Have you ever seen an Irish Gaelic word written down, and thought “How the heck am I meant to pronounce that?!”? You want to make that deep connection to your Irish heritage. But there’s nothing worse than seeing a phrase … Continue reading
…Long live the Gaeltacht. Considerably large parts of the map of Ireland are dedicated to “Gaeltacht” areas. The Gaeltacht areas are those parts of Ireland where it was deemed over the years that Irish Gaelic was the predominant community language … Continue reading
As we head into a dark winter in Ireland, Eoin shares with you two relevant phrases to say in Irish Gaelic. He explains what each part of the phrase means. Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English).
Irish people are traumatised, distraught, and brought to tears at the thought of learning to speak the Irish language. That’s what some people in Ireland tell themselves. Read through Loren’s experience which he emailed us (with permission to post here, … Continue reading