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You’ll probably know over a thousand people in your lifetime but you’ll really know 3-5 people. Yeah, we’re talking about the number of “real” (if that’s a thing) friends you’ll have in your life. With the development of Social Media in the … Continue reading
When you’re travelling the World or meeting people from other countries, you will always have the chance to let people know where are you from (your country or nationality). This allows the people you’re talking to know you a bit … Continue reading
When people think about getting a pet, they instantly think about choosing between a cat or a dog. Both are great options and it’s always better to adopt rather than buy, but before getting a pet, you should know that … Continue reading
The end of the year is, at least for some people, an opportunity for restarting their lives or to start doing new things. They manage to do this by creating New Year’s resolutions for themselves and sticking to them. Yes, … Continue reading
Some people see the Winter holidays as the perfect opportunity to buy gifts for their loved ones, others just focus on having a traditional Christmas. Remember the joy you felt when Santa Clause brought you the Christmas presents?
Winter holidays are such a great time of the year. We have the opportunity to spend quality time with family & friends, to make people happy through gifts, and to reflect on the past year – making it easier to … Continue reading
Like we promised on numerous occasions, our Irish pronunciation videos won’t just be about “how to say a specific phrase”, but we’re going to diversify the Irish videos by doing pronunciations of poems and prayers. We won’t stop here, since … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is an important holiday in the U.S., and in other parts of the Word as well. Considering how many of our Bitesize Irish Gaelic community members are from the United States, we wanted to acknowledge this important day by … Continue reading
Some people find that saying “sorry” isn’t something they can do, or at least it’s something really difficult to tell someone that they’re sorry and acknowledge their guilt. We don’t think this should be the case. If you did something … Continue reading
The following Irish language pronunciation video is somewhat related to the “Irish Gaelic endearments” video we made a few months ago. If you give Irish Gaelic a chance, maybe start learning some phrases, you’ll see that it’s quite the beautiful … Continue reading