In today’s Dear Bitesize post, I’m answering two questions that we recently received at Bitesize Irish Gaelic. First of all, one learner wanted to know the difference between the two words in Irish Gaelic which means you. Another Irish language learner wished to know how the letter a is pronounced.
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If you’re going to take a look and compare the percentage of Irish and English speakers across Ireland, you may think that the Irish language is in peril. While there are some general concerns about this, we can say for sure that the Irish language is here to stay.
Every success business has an interesting story behind it. People only see the current state of things but don’t have an idea about how everything started. Would you like to know more about how Eoin came up with the idea of Bitesize Irish Gaelic to help people learn Irish? Listen to this podcast episode to learn …
Break down your learnings this week into little bites.
Finding the interest to learn a new language can be close to an epiphany. This feeling you have inside, the desire to learn new things can be triggered by the smallest and unrelated events in your life. The truth is, that hunger for knowledge and learning is always there, you just need a catalyst to help …
A couple of weeks ago, we asked you four simple questions in a survey. They were all related to your perception of linguistic talent. A person emailed saying “But they’re all the same question!”, which was not the case. Let’s dig deeper.
Do you feel like you’re a “languages person”, or that a new language is outside of your reach? Edit: the results are in! Results to the linguistic mindset survey.
Have you ever seen an Irish Gaelic word written down, and thought “How the heck am I meant to pronounce that?!”? You want to make that deep connection to your Irish heritage. But there’s nothing worse than seeing a phrase of the Irish language written down and having no idea how to say it. The …
We hear from a lot of you that pronunciation of Irish Gaelic is hard. It’s a stumbling block for a lot of Irish language learners. So don’t worry if you find it challenging, you’re not alone.
This week, I must say we’re feeling old! Or is “mature” the term? Bitesize Irish Gaelic has now been teaching you Irish Gaelic for FIVE YEARS! And read further below on how you can take advantage of this celebration with a Birthday Sale of our main Bitesize Irish Gaelic program.