What is Bitesize Irish Gaelic? We believe that the most personal way you can express your Irish heritage is to speak some of our language. And you can do that thousands of miles outside of Ireland. Our online bitesize lessons let you learn to speak Irish Gaelic, all at your own pace. Find out more.
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(This giveaway has expired.) Are you interested in learning the Irish language online? Fancy winning one of five memberships for Bitesize Irish Gaelic? Corey and the gang at Irish Fireside are giving away FIVE year-long memberships for Bitesize Irish Gaelic. … Continue reading
Raven sent an interesting email recently about learning Irish: I am a fairly new student of your website but I am learning quickly. I have been watching TG4 every day since starting and I have been running into words that … Continue reading
Back in April, we asked our members in a survey to “please hurt our feelings”. We wanted to know how to better improve our online Irish Gaelic lessons. I have to be honest, our members didn’t do a very good … Continue reading
Thanks to Mary for taking the time out of her day for asking us some questions on Bitesize Irish Gaelic membership. She wasn’t sure about signing up, and I wanted to clear some things up. I would like to share … Continue reading
Keith from New Zealand sent on a question this week: Pronunciation is of prime importance to me and I feel that I need to see phonetic spelling alongside the written ‘Irish phrases in your lessons?? Great question! The basic problem that many people … Continue reading
Visitor question: How long do you think it takes to be able to start to speak and write Irish Gaelic?
Ryan asked me this week, while considering to take Bitesize Irish Gaelic (thanks for joining today, Ryan!), how long it would take to learn to speak a new language. The short answer: a long time. Much longer than you might … Continue reading
This is a guest post by Rubén, who writes on Mostly Maths about programming, productivity and time management. A math PhD student and aspiring procrastinator, he writes about fighting time expenditure and continuous improvement. When you start learning a new … Continue reading