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Posted: 26-Nov-2004, 03:51 AM
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hey.

I just joined this place and it seems great. Save i have a problem.

I want to star learning scots gaelic but have no idea of going about doing it. any free sites,, Phases with english translations. simple words and how to pronounce them. and info would be much obliged.

David.

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You might check out the language forum here smile.gif

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QUOTE (davoc @ 26-Nov-2004, 08:51 AM)
hey.

I just joined this place and it seems great. Save i have a problem.

I want to star learning scots gaelic but have  no idea  of going about doing it. any free sites,, Phases with english translations. simple words and how to pronounce them. and info would be much obliged.

David.

My email is [email protected]

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Hi there and well done for taking the first step!
There are lots of resources forhelping you to learn Scots gaelic. A very useful site is the one for Sabhal Mor Ostaig, the Gaelic College on the Island of Skye.
http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/
There is also a very good intereactive CD Rom from Eurotalk - "Scots Gaelic"
There are lots of resources available at www.gaelicbooks.net who are the Gaelic Books Counciil and they are very speedya t sending stuff out, also its a secure site so you can order online.
There is also a basic series of online Gaelic lessons on the "Kitchen Ceilidh" Gaelic Music show on www.internetradio.co.uk
Please get in touch if you need any more information tongue.gif tongue.gif
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