Scots Gaelic: An Introduction to the Basics

Scots Gaelic explains the reasons why things are expressed the way they are in Gaelic, to the benefit of adults learning Gaelic from scratch The text keeps things as simple as possible for beginners.
Scots Gaelic An Introduction to the Basics Scots Gaelic explains the reasons why things are expressed the way they are in Gaelic to the benefit of adults learning Gaelic from scratch The text keeps things as simple as possible for beginners

  • Title: Scots Gaelic: An Introduction to the Basics
  • Author: George Robert McLennan
  • ISBN: 9781902831886
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. If only every language had a book like this you could read before undertaking a course in said language. This is a slim volume, but packed full of useful information, including a brief history of the development of the Gaelic language, pronunciation, why letters are pronounced a certain way, and why it appears this language using more letters than others. Accents are explained as are long and short vowels, the changes for past/present/future tense, prepositions, counting (the old fashioned way) [...]

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