This is a study group for people learning Irish Gaelic (Gaeilge) in the Des Moines, Iowa area. Whether you are a fluent speaker, brand new to the language or someplace in between, please join us at
Olivet Baptist Church.

Where: Location may vary, please email.
When: Every Thursday
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Who: Everyone is welcome! Beginnners are encouraged to attend.

Is Gaeilge go bhriste i níos fearr le Béarla maith de lá ar bith í!

Friday, April 22, 2011

Bitesize Irish Gaelic

Have you been paying attention on Facebook? There's a new friend in town: Bitesize Irish Gaelic!

There are few Irish language resources I have found that match Bitesize Irish Gaelic. This is a valuable language tool in which users listen to words and phrases spoken by a native speaker. Lessons are short and useful, laid out in logical progression. The lessons are broken down into quick, repeatable nuggets that will not intimidate. It's a great tool not only for learners of every level, but also for study groups, genealogists, readers, researchers and students of Irish history and literature.

In our study group, we have begun using Bitesize Irish at as a group and as homework. Irish language learners around the world can use the web site and all the resources for a very small cost. The teacher is active and involved in the forums, where all students are welcome to ask questions and share resources and experiences. I happily recommend Bitesize Irish Gaelic to worldwide students of the Irish language or culture.

You can visit the web site here: BitesizeIrishGaelic

And take a free lesson here: Free Lesson!

1 comment:

  1. Great post Caron! I came across your blog while I was looking for a language service online to help me learn the Irish language. I'm happy I did because this was a very informative and helpful post. Thank you for sharing this with us.