Learn Irish Gaelic

Hey you! You’ve hopefully already heard about the Irish language (Irish Gaelic). It’s a beautiful language, and encapsulates Ireland’s real culture spanning several thousand years.

Online Irish Gaelic Learning Program

Learn Irish

Online language course to learn at your own pace, with interactive audio.

Learn the key practical topics for getting to have conversations in Irish Gaelic.  Bitesize Irish Gaelic is a full online Irish Gaelic language program.

  • Make a real connection with your Irish heritage
  • Learn to interact with others
  • No waiting for software in the mail

Visit Bitesize Irish Gaelic to learn Irish online.

Irish Gaelic Audio Program

Full audio program, with MP3 lessons.

What if you could learn essential Irish Gaelic with the help of a native speaker.

With the Bitesize Irish Gaelic Audio Program lessons, you can:

  • Learn on the go on your iPhone, iPode, Android, laptop or MP3 player
  • Hear a native speaker explaining the language to you, don’t just read
  • Learn on the move: while driving, in the kitchen, or simply out for a walk
  • Full program of 15 hours of lessons

Listen to sample audio lessons for Irish Gaelic.

Pronounce Irish Gaelic Cheat Sheets

Gaelic pronunciation

Pronunciation Cheat Sheets for Irish Gaelic let you pronounce written Gaelic.

  • Pronounce Irish Gaelic words you’ve never before seen
  • Learn how to pronounce á, ó, ú, í, é in Irish
  • 4-Step Illustrated Method, plus cheat sheets, plus worksheets

Crack Irish language pronunciation with the Pronunciation Cheat Sheets.

Irish Gaelic Software Program

Learn Gaelic with TeachMe! Irish GaelicTeachMe! Irish Gaelic is a software package for Microsoft Windows.

  • Comes with learning software, audio CD and booklet of stories
  • Get to grips with the fundamental grammar concepts, and vocabulary
  • 10 days international delivery

Order TeachMe! Irish Gaelic.

More software available for Scots Gaelic, Welsh, Cornish and Breton.

58 thoughts on “Learn Irish Gaelic

  1. guy1234

    Guys you like Irish yea I mean it’s alright but I am Irish and live in Ireland only a few regions still purely speak it but half the people hate it,prop because it got a bad name cause the way they taught it 60 years ago hit you with a ruller if you got a spelling wrong.

  2. Eoin Post author

    @guy1234 They also hit you to teach you English poetry, geography, history, maths, French, science – the list goes on. It’s up to you to appreciate the language you have.

  3. Jim

    Guy123, I agree with Eoin’s reply to your post and I must add that your command of English is none too impressive.

  4. Nova

    Guy,

    Your’e a disgrace, dear. Is this what’s left of Ireland? Get back to your ancestry or some smart-arse outsider will do it for you and you’d hate that, wouldn’t you. We might all move back there. Bring back Irish pride! Language. Or are the Irish completely over it? God I hate tyrannical feck-head England for all she’s done… to everyone! Fight with old language. Grrrrrr!!!

    Nova

  5. Beth

    I’m of Scottish and Irish descent and I’ve always been disappointed that more of my family don’t speak Gaelic. My gram (Scottish) spoke a lot of it, and I picked it up from her, but there is a difference between Scotties and Irish Gaelic. So now I’m really hoping to learn the latter. Everyone tells me I sound Irish (I don’t hear it, but I guess they do), so I might as well learn the language too! (^.^)

    And Guy … don’t worry about it. I was born and raised in an English speaking country (Canada) and I really don’t like English. lol I think it’s an ugly language, truth be told. At least North American English is. I love to listen to English spoken by the Scots or Irish. Sounds like chocolate then. (^^) So it’s okay to not love your language, because not everyone does.

  6. Eoin Post author

    @Beth I agree. Generally speaking, people in Ireland don’t realise the interest internationally in learning our native language.

  7. Shawn McCarty

    I’ve been learning bits of Gaelic myself and if I truly have irish in me then I want to master my native laguage. I hate that Gaelic isn’t taught in America.

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