Language Challenge 180: Scottish Gaelic

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1 MindNoodle March 5, 2012 at 3:18 pm

I’m new to Gaelic and so is my son. There’s plenty sociable, child-friendly Gaelic places to be in Glasgow, which is fantastic. We love to read so have Julia Donaldson’s ‘An Gruffalo’. I’d like to get myself to a place where I can read and pronounce Gaelic soon – I’m not there yet! We’re learning most through songs at croiligean and on CDs. We also have ‘An Gruffalo’ on DVD and watch some children’s programmes on BBC Alba while lamenting the lack of Padraig Post to be found.

Mo chreach on facebook keeps me amused.


2 Emma March 6, 2012 at 10:28 am
3 Liam March 10, 2012 at 3:19 pm

Is mise Liam, à Rhode Island, sna Stàitean. Bha mi ga h-ionnsachadh fad ceithir bliadhna is cha mhòr nach eil mi fileant’. Tòrr ùidh ‘am an dualchas earra-ghàidheal (caraidean agam thall ‘n Inbhir Aora) agus na dhèidh dhomh leigeil bhuam sgoilearachd an oithigh, toisichidh mi air prabadh de bhlas an àit thogail. THa mi ‘n dràsd an sàs ann an fo-cheumnach an Ceiltis agus arc-eòlas.


4 Emma March 16, 2012 at 5:38 am

Feasgear Mha, Liam. Tapadh leap.


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