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As an Irish language speaker, I don’t actually listen to Raidió na Gaeltachta that much. I don’t listen to the radio itself much. Things I listen to are generally audiobooks or podcasts, in English. I switched on Raidió na Gaeltachta … Continue reading
You’ve got used to our Bitesize Irish Gaelic interviews where we showcase some of the Bitesize member’s stories, but today we have planned a different kind of interview. We’re going to meet Thomas O’Briant who uses the Irish language to … Continue reading
Should you learn Irish Gaelic if you were born in Ireland or you have Irish heritage? You should, but only if you want to. You don’t want to learn Irish if it’s not something to do. Making it a chore will make … Continue reading
More often than not, people learn the Irish language because they want to get in touch with their Irish heritage or they want to connect better with their Irish relatives and friends. But, sometimes, that’s not the case. Sometimes, people … Continue reading
In March 2017, Bitesize Irish Gaelic is going to hold a paid live online event for Irish language enthusiasts. Stay tuned for more (such as taking our free Irish for Beginners email course, which includes our weekly newsletter).
It’s no surprise that there are a lot of Americans with Irish ancestry in the U.S. right? But did you know there are at least two types of people who identify themselves with the Irish culture?
If you’re passionate enough to learn Irish Gaelic, a trip to the Gaeltacht (where Irish Gaelic is spoken in communities) can be an amazing experience. Seeing how the best time to visit Ireland is upon us, why not go ahead and … Continue reading
In the past year, the Bitesize Irish Gaelic community has been more active than ever. It makes us happy to see so many individuals wanting to discover their Irish heritage and learn this beautiful language. It gives us hope that … Continue reading
When you start learning a new language, everything will seem hard to wrap your head around but as soon as you start practising, more things become clear. If you have someone to help you learn and answer all your language … Continue reading
Irish artist and illustrator, Aislinn Adams, has taught the Irish language in Salem, Oregon. Hear her journey through Washington D.C., attending an Irish language immersion weekend (Deireadh Seachtaine), and on to her interest in the connection between plant life in … Continue reading