I’ve created a lesson plan for the beginning of learning Gaelic, I thing the hardest part is going to be the pronunciation, and the fact that I know no native speakers, other than my Nana who is a second generation immigrant, however she’s 79 and doesn’t have her wits about her. Other than that I’m ready to go! 20 months ago
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Irish gaelic is really what I’d like to learn the most. I got an introductory book to the language for Christmas! After I learn Welsh I might give that a go. 2 years ago
I have wanted to do this for so long, I was learning a little, bit it got lost in life somehow, now I would love to learn again. 3 years ago
My ancestors only spoke Gaelic, and I want for my future family the same thing, or at least 50/50. ANyone know good websites or anything? 3 years ago
I’ve been learning Gaelic for a few months now.
I’m not saying I’ve done it yet, though, because I want to reach a higher level of fluency.
I’ve got a full ride scholarship, though, to a high level of German through Slighe nan Gaidheal.
Classes are on some Saturdays, with them, and I do Gaelic music on Mondays. 3 years ago
i want to learn gaelic because i am from cape breton novascotia and scotish and irish is my back ground 3 years ago
Just this past week we visited my dad’s side of the family. My cousin’s girlfriend (who, by the way is much cooler than his ex-wife) is from Mabou in Nova Scotia, where almost everyone is either Scottish, Irish, or a bit of both. she is fluent in Scottish Gaelic, and has been gracious enough to pass on her instructional Gaelic text book to me, so that i may begin my journey on learning a language from my heritage. I started it today! wish me luck! 3 years ago
i want to learn gaelic because it is one of my maine languges 3 years ago
I’ve always loved Irish culture and celtic music is by and large my favorite genre, so naturally I want to learn everything about the Irish as I can. 4 years ago