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Scottish Gaelic

Scottish Gaelic, the branch of the Gaelic language spoken by the Scotts, and I believe the early Picts (but it's changed since then, I'm sure).

I suggest picking up a learning aid, preferably one with tapes so you can hear how things are pronounced, it help immensely. I also suggest getting a Gaelic-English dictionary, you can find them on for fairly cheap (I picked up 2 for like $4), and going to the Scottish Practice Grounds and working on at least sentence structure and grammar with each other. Good Luck.

Lesson 1 - Ciamar a tha thu?

Lesson 2 - Cait' a bheil sibh a' dol?

Scottish Pronunciation Guide

Scottish Poems - Scottish Gaelic poems with translations.

Scottish Practice Grounds - Practice your Scottish Gaelic.

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2004-05-20 [Almariss]: when will lessons be coming? i'll keep checking to find out!^-^

2004-05-20 [Lady Edana-Arianrhod Rós]: uhh...hopefully soon...

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