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  • Gaelic

    I'm an American that wants to learn Gaelic. How would I go about doing this?

    -Kendrick

  • #2
    look for gaelic lessons in your town and your county.
    when there are no lessons buy gaelic learning cassettes and books via internet.

    good luck

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    • #3
      Do you know any websites that offer books or cassettes that teach it?

      I'm interested as well.

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      • #4
        Hello! For online Gaelic learning resources, try:

        http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/gaidhlig/ionnsachadh/

        which itself contains many links to other sites

        and this contains links to online Gaelic (and Irish Gaelic) dictionaries etc


        http://www.ceantar.org/Dicts/


        Good luck!





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        • #5
          about learning Gaelic

          Hi
          I know of where you can get your hands on some gaelic learng books and Cassettes http://www.scottishlion.com they have great stuff there and as well to learnd gaelic with. you can order there free Cataloge over the internet. and The price for the Gaelic book and etc. is a at a great price.
          hope that I was of some help

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          • #6
            Learning Gaelic

            There is an internet radio station at http://www.live365.com/stations/240319 which includes Gaelic lessons among its broadcasts.

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            • #7
              To hear the news every day in Gaelic log on to

              http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/alba/gaelic/naidheachdan

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              • #8
                Leasan nan Ghàidhlig

                Hello everybody!

                I used the lessons on http://www.contemporarypoetry.com/brain/lang
                to learn Gáidhlig. They are quite well structured, acompanied by readings.
                They have Irish Gaelic (Gaeilge) as well, by the way; interesting to compare both
                languages.

                B' fheàrr Gàidhlig briste na Beurla cliste. -- (Better broken Gaelic than polished English)

                Slan agus beannachd,

                Rüdiger
                --
                Rüdiger Reinhardt -- [email protected]

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