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We often get request for our Irish Gaelic Pronunciation videos and since our focus is to help our community to learn the Irish language, we do our best to add these requests to our weekly videos. As you probably know, … Continue reading
The “slender r” sound in Irish Gaelic is a special sound, and an essential part of the language, although it’s not often taught. For that reason, you can give your spoken Irish Gaelic a boost by practicing it.
Learning Irish Gaelic doesn’t have to be hard. As long as you don’t see it as a chore and you find interesting ways to make Irish a part of your daily activities, learning the Irish language can be achieved with … Continue reading
The following weekly Irish Gaelic Pronunciation will help you learn how to say “Right” using the Irish language. Last week we covered the word “Left” and its uses. Don’t forget, Bitesize’s weekly pronunciation videos are a great tool to immerse … Continue reading
Learning Irish Gaelic is a hard but worthwhile challenge and we’re doing our part by providing you with the best tools for your learning process. We have a highly recommended online course and we also publish weekly free resources that … Continue reading
Learning Irish Gaelic is always easier if your method of study requires you to take small steps. The Irish language can be a bit overwhelming if you’re trying to study too much, too fast. Here’s where our Irish Pronunciation Videos … Continue reading
One of the best (and easiest) ways to start learning Irish Gaelic is to watch pronunciation videos. When you do this, you’re learning a little bit of Irish every time you watch a video. After a few videos, your next … Continue reading
War is a big part of Ireland’s history. Starting in the year 917 with the Viking invasion and up to 1998 with the Dissident Irish Republican campaign, the Irish people have been through a lot of suffering.
Congratulations! If you’re reading this blog post it means that you’re interested in learning the Irish language, and you’re just one step away of doing so. If you want to take it slow, you should check out our Irish for … Continue reading