Tag Archives: Raidió na Gaeltachta

Dear Bitesize: Audio Resources and How To Say “Have”

In today’s Dear Bitesize post, I’m answering two questions that came in recently to Bitesize Irish Gaelic. The first learner wanted to know the which resources are available to hear more Irish Gaelic. Another Irish language learner wished to know … Continue reading

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Self-Consciousness of the Irish Language Community

As an Irish language speaker, I don’t actually listen to Raidió na Gaeltachta that much. I don’t listen to the radio itself much. Things I listen to are generally audiobooks or podcasts, in English. I switched on Raidió na Gaeltachta … Continue reading

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Bitesize Irish Gaelic Interview on Raidió na Gaeltachta

We’ve mentioned the national Irish radio station quite a few times in our blog posts. For people who want to learn Irish, listening to the Irish radio is a great way to immerse themselves in the Irish language and try … Continue reading

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Create Your Personal Gaeltacht

Learning to speak Irish Gaelic outside of Ireland is hard. It sure can feel like you’re on your own to learn. And what’s a language, after all, but a method of communication with yourself and others.

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How to Show Up in 2016

Do you say to yourself “I’d love to speak some Irish Gaelic”, but “I can’t get around to it”? You can’t get around to it because it sounds like work. I’m sure you can “get around” to checking Facebook or … Continue reading

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Reports: The Irish Language Banned Once Again

At least one Internet report says that the Irish ministerial representative for European integration has said that Irish (Gaelic) has again been made illegal in Ireland.

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Eoin interviewed (in Irish) on Raidió na Gaeltachta

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Irish-Language Radio: A Free Resource for Language Learners

When I first started learning Irish, I was really jealous of friends who were learning Spanish. Here in my home in California, you can just turn on the TV or radio and be instantly immersed in Spanish. You can surround … Continue reading

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