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Take Small Steps to Learn Irish Gaelic

How do you begin the journey of a thousand miles? … with one step.

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Reminder: Learning Is Meant To Be Hard

Have you tried to learn to speak the Irish language, but stopped because it’s too hard? “There must be something wrong”, you tell yourself. “There must be just something wrong with me. And this stuff I’m trying to learn from”. … Continue reading

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Our Bitesize Learning Principles for Irish Gaelic

Being overwhelmed is probably the most common feeling when you consider learning to speak another language. If you’re reading this, you probably have great personal motivation already: to make a deep personal connection with your Irish heritage. It’s a way … Continue reading

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If it Feels Difficult, You’re Doing it Right

We were recently testing a prototype quiz in our Bitesize Irish Gaelic course. We emailed each member, asking them to take a Bitesize lesson early on in the course to test out the quiz.

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Learning Irish is Content Creation

Get out your pencil, and start doodling!

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How to Be Sure to NOT Learn Irish Gaelic

Our Bitey way of making a connection with your Irish heritage is the regular immersion of the Irish language. Use any means at your disposal. If it comes down to telling your dog to “Suí síos!”, then so be it. But … Continue reading

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Seinfeld’s Approach to Learning Irish Gaelic

Our mission is to make the Irish language part of your every day life. Jerry Seinfeld once shared a great technique to do something every day.

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Have No-one to Practice Irish Gaelic With?

When you take our free email course Irish for Beginners, we ask you to email us “What’s holding you back?” Here’s what Dawn emailed us recently: The biggest thing that’s holding me back is lack of access to other Gaelic … Continue reading

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Is Some Irish Gaelic Grammar So Important?

Lots of Irish school kids, for example, speak Irish Gaelic with lots correct grammar missing. But you know what? Isn’t that better than speaking no Irish language at all? This applies to you, too. If you’re on your learning journey, … Continue reading

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Bitesized Blog Post

Break down your learnings this week into little bites.

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