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This Irish pronunciation video will teach you how to say “Wake up!” using the Irish language.
We’re starting a new video series on our blog and on the YouTube channel. In the past months we received several requests from our community to talk a bit more about Irish grammar, so we’re going to answer those requests … Continue reading
Do you remember how to say “Whiskey” in Irish Gaelic? Then you should also know how to say “Water” using the Irish language.
This week’s Irish pronunciation video will teach you how to say “excuse me” using the Irish language. Check out the written pronunciation at the end of this blog post.
The “slender r” sound in Irish Gaelic is a special sound, and an essential part of the language, although it’s not often taught. For that reason, you can give your spoken Irish Gaelic a boost by practicing it.
Did you know that the word “whiskey” is actually an Anglicisation of the first word in the Gaelic phrase “uisce beatha” meaning “water of life”? This phrase is also a translation of the Latim term “aqua vitae” (describing distilled spirits … Continue reading
One of the most important things you need to be aware of when you’re starting to learn Irish Gaelic is that most Irish words can be pronounced in a number of different ways.
The following weekly Irish Gaelic Pronunciation will help you learn how to say “Right” using the Irish language. Last week we covered the word “Left” and its uses. Don’t forget, Bitesize’s weekly pronunciation videos are a great tool to immerse … Continue reading
Accepting that people & things can be different should be an important quality in our days. People have different tastes in music, they can follow different religions, and have different opinions on important matters. Having friends or life partners who … Continue reading