Lesson Walk-Throughs

Bitesize Cúrsaí is our library of online Irish language courses for members. These are video walk-throughs of some Bitesize Cúrsaí lessons by Bitesize Irish staff. If you want to try Bitesize Cúrsaí for yourself, sign up for free Taster membership.

Determining word gender

This a video walk-through of our Irish language lesson Nouns: Gender: Determining Gender in the course Crash Course: Nouns 2 – Gender And Genitive. Other examples of a feminine words ending in -lann are: saotharlann = laboratory naíolann = creche

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Talking about pasttimes

The following is a video of our lesson Talking about pasttimes in the course Hobbies, Music And All Your Pastimes! Some notes from this Irish language lesson: Cén = what, which Tá ceann agam Tá ceann agat Aimsear

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Music and Instruments

This is a video of our lesson Music and Instruments in the course Hobbies, Music And All Your Pastimes! Some notes from this Irish language lesson: Here are my notes taken during the lesson: feadóg mhór = (another word

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Words that look similar

Here is a lesson walk-through of lesson Easily Confused Words: Words That Look Similar in the course Work And The Weather. By studying various words in the Irish language that look similar to eachother, you can compare and

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Similar sounding words in Gaeilge

Here is a lesson walk through of lesson Easily Confused Words: Similar Sounding Words I from the course Work And The Weather. Related posts: At the doctor’s office The importance of the fada Talking about your Health Body

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Body parts

This is a video walk-through of our Irish language lesson Body Parts in the Bitesize Cúrsaí course A Trip Around Town. Related posts: At the doctor’s office The importance of the fada Talking about your Health

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Talking about your Health

Here is a recording of the lesson Talking about Your Health from the Bitesize Cúrsaí course A Trip around Town. Notes from this Irish language lesson walk-through: Tá áthas orm = I am happy/I have happiness on me

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The importance of the fada

In the Irish language, it’s really important to include the síneadh fada accent mark over the vowels when it’s mean to be there. The accent mark looks like this: á ó ú í é The

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At the doctor’s office

Walk-through of our Bitesize Cúrsaí members lesson At the doctor’s office. Tadhg is feeling ill and asks the receptionist if the doctor is in. The doctor then sees him. In this conversation lesson you’ll see

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