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What is Bitesize Irish Gaelic? We believe that the most personal way you can express your Irish heritage is to speak some of our language. And you can do that thousands of miles outside of Ireland. Our online bitesize lessons let you learn to speak Irish Gaelic, all at your own pace. Find out more.
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A listener question sparks an interesting topic – is the Irish language relevant to Irish people (compared to the U.S. for example). But before we go deeper in finding the answer, we first need to know what exactly defines the … Continue reading
Ireland is such a great place to visit! Most people come here to admire our beautiful landscapes, to strengthen their Irish heritage or just to visit relatives and close friends. Are you planning a trip to Ireland? Knowing the Irish … Continue reading
If we were to take a look at the United States’ history we would find many Irish people who settled there driven by necessity or high hopes and dreams. They became hard working individuals who soon were seen as established … Continue reading
Ever wondered what are the places in Ireland where Irish is the main language? These regions make up for the Gaeltacht, the historically marked place of the Irish language. Will you understand people from the Gaeltacht? Are people from these … Continue reading
Limerick, April 1 2016 – Bitesize Irish Garlic would like to apologise to all our customers. It’s come to our attention that there’s been wide-spread confusion, and it’s our fault.
After about 13 years in Ireland, Elena Clancy shares her experiences with traveling around Ireland. She’s originally from Siberia in Russia, and now lives in Cork.
Ireland is not only known for its beautiful music, culture and amazing landscapes. You probably didn’t know this, but Ireland has a vast array of castles, some of which date back to the 11th century. The following infographic shows us … Continue reading
Are you just getting started with tracing your family tree? You might be surprised about the advances in genealogical research, particularly around commercial DNA analysis. Michael Carragher is the president of the Irish Family History Forum of Long Island and … Continue reading
If you grew up outside of Ireland, you probably won’t immediately grasp this idea. This summer, I was twice in the United States. On multiple occasions I had to try and put into words the apathy and negative feeling that … Continue reading