Wondering how Irish people refer to their country when using the Irish language? Use this Irish pronunciation video and see for yourself. Can you pronounce it like in the video?
One of the best and easiest methods of starting to learn a new language is to do it in small, periodically, and actionable steps. For some time now, this way of learning has been an integral part of the Bitesize method of learning Irish Gaelic. If you want to do this, you’ll need to find …
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 better and to start the conversation.
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, it’s true that some wishes for the new year aren’t really doable, and some people …
Prayers have different meanings for people. Some look at them as a way of communicating with a higher power. Others use them for their peace and quiet while others see them as an essential part of a country’s history and literature.
Adding video content to our suite of Bitesize Irish Gaelic tools has been one of the best things we could have done this year. We’re talking about the amazing feedback we are getting on each “How To Say” video on YouTube, but also emails and comments on our Facebook page.
Is your friend, husband or wife always late for events? Do you need to always remind them to hurry up because the movie is going to start, or that the Uber is already downstairs? Well, we can’t make them get ready faster, but we have the next best thing.
Many Irish traditions aren’t found anywhere else, but when it comes to birthday practices, Irishmen are a bit tame compared to other countries in the World. With some exceptions, birthdays in Ireland are celebrated in the same manner as in the U.S., Australia or any other country in Europe…with a small exception.
Religion in Ireland goes hand in hand with Irish traditions and the Irish language. Some people say that the number of religious Irishmen is declining, but we should take that with a grain of salt. Even if they’re not openly declaring that they’re religious, they still keep religious traditions and have strong beliefs.
Even if English, Spanish and Chinese are the most spoken languages in the World, that doesn’t mean we should put our native language on second place, ever. Our native languages, such as Irish Gaelic, are so beautiful so we should try to speak it as much as we can. Even more than this, learning Irish …