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chi min tir 
Posted: 23-Nov-2005, 08:59 AM
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Hi!

just onto this site, newbie! i hail from the western Isles of scotland although i'm not there just now sad.gif

native gaelic speaker...
looking forward to meeting some new peeps! liking the site muchly!

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Posted: 23-Nov-2005, 09:05 AM
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Welcome to the forum! There are lots of nice people here, all sharing a fondness for Celtic muisc. By the "western isles", you mean the Hebridies? That's amazing! Some of us here are trying to learn Gaelic wink.gif maybe you could help us with that. Slainte! smile.gif


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Posted: 23-Nov-2005, 09:35 AM
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thank you for the welcome!

i do indeed mean the hebridies. thumbs_up.gif
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Posted: 23-Nov-2005, 09:45 AM
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Welcome to the forum chi mi'n tir..

I hope you enjoy the music as well as the forum. I think you will find the people here very friendly. I am looking forward to you posting, and learning more about you...If I can help you out in anyway just ask...

Its good to see you here!

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Posted: 23-Nov-2005, 11:52 AM
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Welcome! I hope you pop in at the gaelic conversation area. Where are you from in the islands? (I have the silly dream of retiring to Scotland, and have about settled on wintering in Tobermory and summering on Barra. . .)
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Posted: 23-Nov-2005, 11:54 PM
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Welcome from Navajoland! I trust your visits on this site will be profitable and fun. Welcome aboard!


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The Lord is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble, and he knoweth them that trust in him - Nahum 1:7 (KJV)
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Posted: 24-Nov-2005, 02:18 AM
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greetings and welcome to the site. i to am a new member but like i said in my intro i knew i wouldn't be the newest for long. i must say to my knowledge i've never spoken to someone from scotland before so this is kind of cool for me. i to would love to learn to speak gaelic perhaps you could start a new topic about it for those of us who wish to learn. anyway i personally would like to know more about your country and things you do. i know silly little american but i've been in love with scotland for many years and it is my dream to either be wed there or at least spend part of my life there. i hope you enjoy this site and i hope we can talk some more. take care my new friend...

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Posted: 24-Nov-2005, 04:33 AM
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Filte Chi mi'n tr!

'S mise Eiric ( Johan Eiric Martin Sandberg McGuinne...) agus 's ann s an t-Suain a tha mi!

'S toil leam Gidhlig agus tha mi ag iaraidh gu bheil a' dl d na h-Eileanan Siar - tha mi ag iaraidh gu bheil ag obair is a' fuirich an-sin!!! Tha e gl mhath gu bheil thu fileantach Gidhlig! A bheil e deacair gu bheil a' lorg an obair ann na h-Eileanan Siar?

Sorry for my terrible Gidhlig, but I hope you understand what I am trying to say...


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Posted: 24-Nov-2005, 05:33 AM
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Uill! mran taing airson a filte chridheal ud! - many thanks for that warm welcome!
' S ann as na Hearadh a tha mi bho ths - I'm originally from Harris, ach tha mi a-nis a' fuireach agus ag obair ann an Inbhirnis airson Brd na Gidhlig - but i'm now living and working in Inverness for Brd na Gidhlig - the Gaelic development agency. Chan eil cail ann as fhearr leam na bhi a bleadraigeadh! sa Ghidhlig fad an latha! - there's nothing i like more than blethering in Gaelic all day and most of the evening! Chan eil uidh sam bith agam ann an cel Pop! b'fhearr leam fada a bhith ag eisteachd ri cel trdiseanta - Runrig, na balaich Bhatersaigh, Cliar, Calum Alex MacaMhaoilain! - I have no interest at all in pop music and much rather my traditional music - runrig, Vatersay Boys, Cliar and Calum Alex MacMillan! walkman.gif note.gif

tha miann mhr agam a bhith air ais anns na h-Eileanan an drast'! - i'm desperate to get back to the Islands just now!

sin mise ma tha! - thats me then! rolleyes.gif
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Posted: 24-Nov-2005, 06:07 AM
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Hallo a charaid! Hello my friend! Filte gu Celtic Radio! Welcome to Celtic Radio!

In my humble opinion, you have found one of the best websites ever. The people here are some of the nicest to be found anywhere on the net, and the music is simply out of this world.

So kick off your shoes, grab a mug of your favorite hot (or cold) beverage, turn up the music and have fun! I look forward to getting to know you better through your posts.

If you have any questions or problems, please feel free to ask anyone with the word "Guide" beneath their avatar. That's why we're here!

I am the moderator for the Celtic Languages forum here, and we would LOVE to have you visit in our little corner of this fine message board! I am also a learner, but I have not gotten far at all in my studies. I would consider myself perhaps an advanced beginner, or perhaps low-level intermediate.

Anyway, here is a link for you to the Celtic Languages forum:

http://www.celticradio.net/php/forums/inde...hp?showforum=53

Our Scottish Galeic and Welsh boards are thriving. We having a little trouble getting our Irish boards hopping, but I hope soon we'll get some people here interested in learning that language as well. Come by and visit with us!

Again, it is so nice to have you with us. We are like one big family here, and we just love welcoming new members to the fold! I hope that you will enjoy your stay with us, and that you will come back and visit with us often. I feel quite certain that you will grow to love the place as much as I have.

Welcome to the family, my friend!
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'S i Alba tr mo chridhe. 'S i Gidhlig cnan m' anama.
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Posted: 24-Nov-2005, 06:48 AM
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A Chi mi'n Tr - A bheil Na Hearadh nas lainn le Eilean Leodhais?

Tha mo bhruadar a' dl do na hEileanan Siar is obair an-seo. 'S mathaid tidsear? Ach, a bheil e comasach gu bheil obair [as a] tidsear ma chan eil thu bruidhinn Gidhlig??

Is it possible to work as a teacher in the Western Isles if you don't speak fluent Gidhlig??? As a historyteacher??
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Posted: 24-Nov-2005, 07:47 AM
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Welcome! What more can I say then has already been said above.



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Posted: 24-Nov-2005, 07:56 AM
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Thank you all! - again! very very friendly board! some others that i'm a member of should take note of this friendliness

Aye it is possible to work as a teacher in the Western Isles without Gaelic! there is very little Gaelic spoken there and even less taught. so if you go to www.cne-siar.gov.uk - the western isles council you can check the vacancies there! and oh, Harris is much better than lewis! there is a lot of rivalry between the two islands and there is the same in the Uists! North and South! and Barra and Eriskay! wink.gif
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Thank you all! - again! very very friendly board! some others that i'm a member of should take note of this friendliness

Aye it is possible to work as a teacher in the Western Isles without Gaelic! there is very little Gaelic spoken there and even less taught. so if you go to www.cne-siar.gov.uk - the western isles council you can check the vacancies there! and oh, Harris is much better than lewis! there is a lot of rivalry between the two islands and there is the same in the Uists! North and South! and Barra and Eriskay! wink.gif
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QUOTE (connor1985 @ 24-Nov-2005, 02:18 AM)
i too am a new member but like i said in my intro i knew i wouldn't be the newest for long. i must say to my knowledge i've never spoken to someone from scotland before so this is kind of cool for me... anyway i personally would like to know more about your country and things you do. i know silly little american but i've been in love with scotland for many years and it is my dream to either be wed there or at least spend part of my life there.

Listen, let me tell you something... when you have a fascination, an interest that comes from that deep in the heart, you hold onto it & enjoy it without consideration for what anyone thinks or says or does!! I've had a similiar love for England since I was about 12 years old. It took more than 25 years to finally visit the land itself and it was even better than I had imagined! Just mentioning it makes a smile come even now, and I thank God for allowing me to visit under the most ideal circumstances possible - and for the record, that was His planning not my own.

Keep your dreams!
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