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! 4 months ago
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sigh Thanks to one of my favorite films, The Boondock Saints (and The Boondock Saints 2), I am now determined to learn how to speak and write in Gaelic. Yeah. Thank you very much, Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flannery.
If you haven’t watched those movies, you just need to. Changes your life. 7 months ago
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. 16 months 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. 21 months ago