Ten Secrets for Practising Irish Every Day

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Based on a set of principles for diving into the Irish language, we’ll first lay out ten secrets for practising Gaeilge Gach Lá (Irish every day). At Bitesize Irish, our mission is to help you achieve this.

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Dia dhuit, this [Gaeilge Gach Lá Checklist] will be so useful – great for motivation as well as staying organised and keeping track. Go raibh míle maith agat.

Author and learner, UK. Bitesize Irish member.

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Pledge how you might practise Gaeilge Gach Lá. It can be simple or not, and all depends on your life, context and energy resources. I’m sure you have your own variations and ideas, which you can share. Leave your comment below.

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169 thoughts on “Ten Secrets for Practising Irish Every Day”

  1. Joseph Monaghan Gonsalves

    I pledge to spend time daily learning Irish. I have dual Irish/U.S, citizenship and a great love for everything Irish.
    Would like to have a second career that is involved with the Irish language.

  2. Irish is my native language and I’d love to be able to converse comfortably through it. This has become more important to me now that I’m in my 70s and feel strongly that it’s part of my heritage. I studied it at school in the 1960s, so though my brain isn’t as youthful these days I’ll make sure I practise a little every day.

  3. Suzanah Fitzgerald

    I’m committed to my learning journey with the Irish language! I practice most days and look forward to opportunities to learn to actually speak with others. I’m very happy to be here with others devoted to the value of this beautiful language and culture!

  4. I cannot pledge to learn the Irish language. Sorry about that. However, I pledge to do my best to improve my understanding of the Irish language every day that I am able. I am 80 years old, yet still fascinated and intrigued with the idea that each new day brings the opportunity to unlock yet another secret of this ancient and beautiful language.

  5. Vivien Ní Dhuinn

    I hereby pledge to learn and master my native language, Irish agus cainte Gaeilge gach lá. Tá mé 62 bliain d’aois agus ba mhaith liom a bheith in ann Gaeilge a labhairt. D’fhoghlaim mé Gaeilge ar scoil fadó, fadó, ach thosaigh mé arís i mí na Samhna anuraidh. Labhraíonn mo fear céile Gaeilge agus táimid ag cainte Gaeilge gach lá anois, nuair a bhíomar sa teach agus sa siopa. Is breá liom cainte Gaeilge

  6. I pledge to learn the Irish language. I will practice every day that I can. I will give it my all, because I am determined to do this!

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