The Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast was a free discussion show for Irish language learners around the world (in English). There, you can listen to all past episodes.
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If you would look at the number of people who actually speak Irish Gaelic, you’d think that your choices in Irish podcast are limited, but if it’s something we noticed since starting this blog, is that there are more podcasts … Continue reading
Dublin is one of the most visited places in Ireland. Tourists from all over the World choose the city as their main Irish destination and they will often use it as a “home base” while visiting other beautiful areas from … Continue reading
Recent studies are displaying a drop in the ranks of Irish speaking individuals around the World. While the use of Irish Gaelic is declining, we can’t say for sure by how much the numbers of Irish speakers are declining. Why? … Continue reading
Ireland isn’t only known for its beautiful landscapes and great people. If we’re talking about culture, a lot of people love the Irish Gaelic language and most of them have read some poems or other literature from Ireland.
We know that many Irish people have moved to the United States in the past decades but how about the Americans who decided that Ireland is the best place for them and their families? Believe it or not, there are … Continue reading
When you decide to start learning Irish Gaelic, you’ll need to commit to some sort of schedule. We’ll always give you the tools to learn at your own pace and we’ll also provide you with recommendations on how to make … Continue reading
Eoin and little Liam of Bitesize Irish Gaelic tell you about our plan to re-run past episodes of the podcast on our podcast feed. You also hear about our members-only Facebook group.
Listen as Eoin and son Liam make paper airplanes in their kitchen. Eoin takes the chance to explain why the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Podcast is coming to an end. But it’s also a positive step for Bitesize Irish Gaelic members … Continue reading
Ramona wanted an Irish language immersion experience near her. So she started the L.A. Deireadh Seachtaine na Gaeilge immersion weekend. Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English).
Caitríona is from Mullingar in Ireland, and lives in California. She shares her perceptions of Ireland from her trips back home. In her opinion, you can use the Irish language anywhere in Ireland as long as you speak slowly. Discussion … Continue reading