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.

Where do you live?

Here is a video walk through of the lesson Where do you live? from the Bitesize Cúrsaí course Meeting, Greeting and Introducing. Related posts: The importance of the fada Determining word gender The Nominative and Genitive Cases Family

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Discussing jobs & profressions

This is a video walk-through of the Bitesize Cúrsaí lesson Discussion jobs & professions. It’s from the Irish language course Work and the Weather. Notes from the lesson: Cén = Which / What? Tá madra agam. =

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Occupations, Professions

The following is a video walk-through of our Irish language lesson Professions, Occupations in the Bitesize Cúrsaí course Work and the Weather. Notes from the video: Teanglann.ie téarma.ie altra ag múineadh ag cócaireacht ag obair i siopa na

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The Workplace

The following is a video walk-through of our Irish language lesson The Workplace in the Bitesize Cúrsaí course Work and the Weather. Related posts: The importance of the fada Determining word gender The Nominative and Genitive Cases Family

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Describing People

Here is a video walk-through of the Irish language lesson Describing People, from the Bitesize Cúrsaí course Cairde agus Clann. Notes from the video Tá mé…. Tá mé óg. Tá mé meánaosta. Tá mé ceart go

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Talking about family

The following is a video walk-through of our Irish language lesson Talking about Family in the Bitesize Cúrsaí course Cairde Agus Clann 1. Notes from the video: sean = old níos sine = older is sine = oldest óg = young níos óige =

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Family

The following is video walk-through of the Bitesize Cúrsaí lesson Family from the course Cairde agus Clann. Notes from the walk-through: Teach – líon tí Bean an tí = the woman of the house tuismitheoirí Tuistí Tá a

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Ag (At) – Common Preposition

The following are video walk-throughs of our Bitesize Cúrsaí lesson Common Prepositions – Ag (At) in the course Crash Course: Nouns 1 – Prepositions And Prepositional Pronouns. Part 1 Part 2 Related posts: The importance of the fada

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Simple Prepositions

In this Irish language lesson walk-through from Bitesize Cúrsaí, Gabrielle covers simple prepositions. This is certainly one of the more advanced lessons, and good if you’re an active learner. It’s from lesson Simple Prepositions in

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Countries And Nationalities

Here is a lesson walk-through of lesson Countries And Nationalities from the course Meeting, Greeting And Introducing! Here’s your chance to learn the name of your country, as well as many others, in Irish. You’ll also learn how

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adjectives and pronouns in Irish

The following is a video of our lesson Nouns: Gender: Adjectives and Pronouns from the course Crash Course: Nouns 2 – Gender And Genitive. It comes after Lesson walk-through: Nouns: Gender: Determining Gender and Lesson walk-through: Nouns: Gender: The Nominative

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The Nominative and Genitive Cases

This is is a video walk-through of our Irish language lesson lesson Nouns: Gender: The Nominative And Genitive Cases in the course Crash Course: Nouns 2 – Gender And Genitive. Here are notes from the lesson **Firiscneach** Crann

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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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