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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
Family is extremely important to the Irish people. In a 2012 study, more than 62% of people in Ireland said that “family and home” is the biggest influence on their thinking and opinions. Even more, 80% of Irish people said … Continue reading
While learning Irish Gaelic can give you one of the best feelings ever, we do agree that it’s not the easiest language to learn. Because of that, we’re sure you’ll have a lot of questions. Maybe you’re reading some Irish … Continue reading
(This challenge is for customers who bought our Crack Irish Gaelic Pronunciation course. If you want to preview the course, follow this link which includes a 40% discount.) Pronunciation Challenge Overview
In today’s Dear Bitesize post, I’m answering two questions that came in recently to Bitesize Irish Gaelic. First of all, a member was wondering where adverbs are placed in a sentence. Another question we received was how to ask the … Continue reading
Are you interested in using Irish names for your baby? Well, we have to say that’s a great idea! Irish boys and girls names have a lot of tradition to them, they are unique and sound really interesting.
Most people visit Ireland for the beautiful landscapes and its history but when they get there, they soon discover that the Irish cuisine is another thing they will soon fall in love with.
Before the Internet became such an important thing for us all, we would have to buy local guides if we wanted to travel to somewhere and needed to know how to get around or how to ask some basic questions, … Continue reading
While acknowledging the beauty of the Irish language, we also have to admit it’s not the easiest language to learn. That doesn’t have to scare you if you’re planning to learn Irish anytime soon but it should encourage you even … Continue reading
Being nice to other people should be something we all aim for. There are a lot of ways to do this but from what we discovered, the little things tend to matter in the long run. For example, telling someone … Continue reading