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Nancy-Raven 
  Posted: 07-May-2005, 07:32 PM
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Hi guys ,
I'm just a bit lost so sorry if questions looks like ridiculous but I prefer to ask and not stay ignorant.Gaelic , there is many dialect depending of the country?

Is there any class to learn here or out of this community?A few year ago I found a site to learn a bit of gaelic but unfortunatelly it is close after a few weeks and I didn't have the time to learn and now I have forget mostly everything.I was so , so dissapointed.Prononciation is bit difficult to get at the beginning , well for me.

So if anyone want to light my lantern it will be greatly appreciate.
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Posted: 07-May-2005, 08:46 PM
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Hi there!

One site that I like to recommend is called Taic. The addy for it is:

http://www.taic.btinternet.co.uk/taic.htm

This one includes sound files so that you can hear the words being pronounced. Another good site with sound files is:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/alba/foghlam...box/index.shtml

A third site with some good sound files and phrases is

Http://www.scottishradiance.com

Hope you find these helpful!

And if you have any questions, I'm right here!


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