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  • reesepieces
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    Wishing everyone a belated Happy Thanksgiving

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  • reesepieces
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    Maybe one day I will surprise you with what I have learned lol

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  • mikeyBoab
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    Didn't really do much research; the first was frm a quick check on amazon's US site; the second one popped up as an ad on a different website I was on later, I assume as the result of my earlier search.

    Good luck, if you decide you do want to learn the language.

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  • reesepieces
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    Wow I havent been able to do the research like you have yet but I will been busy with responsibilities the holidays are here you seem to enjoy history

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  • mikeyBoab
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    Here's an interactive software course from amazon:

    Amazon.com: EuroTalk Interactive - Talk Now! Learn Scots Gaelic

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  • tig
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    the number of gaelic speakers though small (57000 at the last scottish census) their numbers are growing constantly and theres gaelic schools popping up all over the place.

    its a bit of a revival

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  • mikeyBoab
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    Very rare - even in Scotland. There are only a handful of native speakers left. Why not try a basic phrasebook and CD (you need a CD, believe me!!). I'm sure you'll find something on the likes of Amazon.

    In fact here's one: Amazon.com: Complete Gaelic with Two Audio CDs: A Teach Yourself Guide (Teach Yourself Language) (9780071748155): Boyd Robertson, Iain Taylor: Books

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  • reesepieces
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    Thanks. I just think it's a beautiful language and becoming rare for people to speak, let alone hear. So I will be checking out places that offer it. But it is not not offered here in tn

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  • mikeyBoab
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    Hi and welcome.

    Gaelic is a very difficult language for many native English speakers. Do you have access to proper classroom tuition?

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  • kathyv
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    As we are an American owned site, there aren't a huge amount of folks from Scotland on here, but welcome!

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  • reesepieces
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    Hi everyone new to the forum wanting to chant with people from scotland would like to learn the gaelic language
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