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Audio Irish Gaelic Phrases You May Want to Know (Ep. 54) [Re-run]

Audio Irish Gaelic Phrases You May Want to Know

When you decide to start learning Irish Gaelic, you’ll need to commit to some sort of schedule. We’ll always give you the tools to learn at your own pace and we’ll also provide you with recommendations on how to make this journey a bit easier and more enjoyable.

Our top recommendation would be to find someone to practice your Irish with. We’re constantly creating member calls where you can practice your Irish Gaelic with one of our language assistants but that may not be enough for some of you. If this is the case, we always recommend to immerse yourself in the Irish language.

There is more than one way to do this and enhance your Irish learning experience. You could listen to the TG4 Radio in the background and try to catch some Irish Gaelic phrases you may know or you could do something extra like going to our YouTube channel and watch our weekly pronunciation videos.

We’ll also be promoting audio Irish Gaelic phrases on our Facebook page so you may want to check those out as well. In this Bitesize Irish Gaelic podcast episode (number 54) we’ll be talking about two most used Irish Gaelic phrases – “it is cold” and “it is wet”. Since the Irish weather is a bit unpredictable, knowing these two phrases can surely help during your trip to Ireland!

This is a rebroadcast of the 54th Bitesize Irish Gaelic podcast episode, in the English language, where we’ll be discussing two of the most used Audio Irish Gaelic Phrases.

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