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As an active learner of the Irish language, you can move to being a practitioner of the language. Even attending a class once a week isn’t enough. It can be daunting, but you’ve already proven to yourself your deep curiousity around Gaeilge. 

(Are you an absolute beginner? Start first with Irish for Beginners instead.)

Based on a set of principles for diving into the Irish language, we’ll first lay out ten secrets for practicing Gaeilge Gach Lá. 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.


As mentioned in the ebook, come back here after reading it and take the pledge of Gaeilge Gach Lá. To do so, leave your reply below. This is your chance to draw a line in the sand and say “I’m doing this”.

Pledge how you might practice 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.

13 thoughts on “Secrets for Gaeilge Gach Lá”

  1. Thanks for the tips in “10 Secrets.” TV broadcasts and podcasts are so much more interesting than the language labs I attended when taking French & German classes 40+ years ago in college. I’ve been playing around with Irish for a few years; I think it’s time to really work at it.

  2. I started out with the free email course. I never finished it because, after taking a look at some of the Taster lessons, I liked it so much that I signed up for an Explore membership. The “bitesize” lessons are wonderfully put together and the format makes it fun to learn. I may not finish a lesson each day but make sure that I spend time learning. After reading the Ten Secrets, I am anxious to get my post-it notes out. I pledge to follow through with learning Irish. I hope to come to Ireland one day to see where my ancestors were from and how wonderful it would be to carry on a little conversation with people I’d meet along the way. Thank you for this great language learning tool.

  3. Matthew Caldwell

    Tiocfaidh ár lá. With all the unrest in the states, I think it’s important to learn about my people. What a beautiful language. I pledge to keep it alive and teach it to my children.

  4. Worthy of the highest compliments. Its simplicity, format and presentation are of the highest quality for the beginner.

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