The Traditional Irish Christmas and a Gift from Bitesize

The Traditional Irish Christmas and a Gift from Bitesize

Every country has its special Holiday season traditions and Ireland isn’t an exception. While some other places focus on buying gifts or partying on Christmas’ Eve, the Irish Christmas is all about tradition and family.

As we prepare for the magical experience of the Holiday season, we thought it would be a great opportunity for you to get in touch with your Irish heritage by finding out new things about the Traditional Irish Christmas. To make it even more interesting, we added a gift from Bitesize that you’ll find at the end of this blog post.

Don’t forget that you can sign-up for a FREE trial to learn Irish or you could sign up for the full Bitesize experience that will allow you to learn Irish at your own pace, with the help of comprehensive material and easy-to-use tools. When you’re a full member of the Bitesize community, you’ll also have access to these Irish lessons, allowing to discover the real, traditional Irish Christmas:

Like we said above, the Irish Christmas is all about tradition and family so we wanted to give you a little taste of all the events that make up a wonderful, traditional Irish Christmas. For this to happen, we’re offering you a free eBook about the traditional Irish Christmas.

Download A Traditional Irish Christmas – Bitesize free eBook

You’ll have the opportunity to learn about:

  • The Christmas Countdown;
  • The Winter Solstice;
  • Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
  • St. Stephen’s Day
  • Women’s Christmas

To download the FREE Traditional Irish Christmas eBook, click the following link.

A Traditional Irish Christmas – Bitesize free eBook

Irish for Beginners free one-month course

Learn to introduce yourself in Ireland's native language. Sent directly to your email inbox.

What you get for signing up:

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