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 the key practical topics for getting to have conversations in Irish Gaelic.  Bitesize Irish 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 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 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.

 

58 thoughts on “Learn Irish Gaelic

  1. Lynn

    I don’t mean anything bad by my previous post. It is important to me to learn Irish and I just don’t want to learn it incorrectly.

  2. Rachel

    I have always wanted to learn another language but I don’t want to be like every one else and speak German, French or Spanish. I am half Irish and half Scottish so I want to learn both dialects but I heard they are both very hard to learn. Are they?

  3. Eoin

    @Rachel: any language is hard to learn. Neither Irish or (Scottish) Gaelic are directly related to English/German or French/Spanish/Italian, so the grammar will be different to what you assume it to be. But isn’t that the challenge!

  4. maevegrogan

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    I’ve been learning Irish since I was four – I’m now fifteen and I’m still not even nearly fluent. It’s not an easy language

  5. lisa

    what is the success rate with this gaelic irish course and do you give a guarantee within a certain amount of time if studied for say set amount each week/month that you will have a basic to moderate conversational irish speaking level?

  6. Tim

    A lot of people learning Gaelic might also be interested in learning other languages, like Spanish. Would be fun to combine the two – a trip to Ireland and a trip to South America – opposite ends of the world!

  7. Corwin

    I’m Scott-Irish,i tried learning gaelic when i was younger,but after finishing the first course i couldnt find anything more. how advanced does this program get? and @maevegrogan,11 years and you cant speak it? it should be pretty well natural to you by now…wouldnt you think?

  8. Tracy

    I think if you want to learn a launguage you will work at it no matter how long it takes. We in the world now are wanting instant gratification. Some things take time to work for us and are worth the time it took . I want to learn so I can help with geneology of my famly.

  9. fast learning

    Hi there,
    i always wanted to learn irish! I guess it’s that I like irish music… yet to language isn’t so melodic! or i am wrong?

    nice software!
    tom

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