Gaelic MP3 & PDF download
Verbs in Gaelic can use the verb to be as an auxiliary verb. Only the verb to be is conjugated. The linking word a' is used between the verb to be and the main verb. This is similar to the structure in English with 'I am eating' or 'They are singing' etc.
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A collection of Gaelic stories as well as phrases and vocab, all in MP3 format for ready download. The Audio Book is ideal for those looking to learn Gaelic while jogging, exercising, commuting, cooking or sleeping. The MP3 files can be copied to a smartphone or an iPad for you to use anywhere and anytime you have the opportunity.
Video can be a good way to learn the basics in Gaelic. Sit back and enjoy the video. It's less than 2 minutes long and will teach you a few key points in Gaelic.
If you've just met someone who speaks Gaelic, you can make a good impression on him or her by learning Gaelic. Knowing Gaelic will certainly make you stand out in a crowd.
If your family spoke Gaelic in the past you might want to learn it and possibly teach it to your children. If you have relatives who speak Gaelic, learning Gaelic will help you to communicate with them.
Proficiency in Gaelic will improve your chances of being accepted to university. Being able to show to a university admissions clerk that you have studied Gaelic could add weight to your application.
Get by in Gaelic with these basic Gaelic words & phrases.
Mas e do thoil e.
Do you speak English?
A bheil Beurla agaibh?
How old are you?
Dè an aois a tha sibh?
Fine, thank you.
Tha gu math, tapadh leibh.
What do you do ? (work).
Dè an obair a th' agaibh?
What's your name ?
Dè an t-ainm a th' ort?
What are you doing ?
Dè tha thu a' dèanamh?
Gaelic is spoken by about 70,000 people in Scotland. Gaelic is a celtic language related to Welsh, Irish, Cornish and Breton.
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