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Gaelic personal pronouns (we)

The Gaelic word for we is sinn.

Gaelic personal pronouns

Tha sinn a' dùnadh
we close
'S urrainn dhuinn
we can
Tha sinn a' tighinn
we come
Is cuimhne leinn
we remember
Tha sinn a' dol
we go

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Learn Gaelic easily with our AutoLearn feature. Improve your Gaelic accent with our advanced speech recognition technology. Master basic conversational skills, including greetings, simple questions, shopping and a whole lot more.

Included in the course

  • 1 CD Rom with software
  • 1 Audio CD in Scottish Gaelic
  • 1 Small book of stories in Scottish Gaelic
  • Bonus: Scottish Gaelic PDF workbook, Scottish Gaelic PDF grammar and 1 additional language of your choice for free

Key Points

  • Effective way to learn Gaelic
  • Track your progress
  • Gaelic talking dictionary
  • Printable Gaelic-English dictionary
  • Runs on Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista and XP
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Reviews for TeachMe! Gaelic

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Super!

I received TeachMe! Gaelic last week and I have been using it every evening for about 30 minutes. The format is incredible. I am able to retain these difficult words so easy, that my wife understands the words as well, even though she isn't working the program.

I plan buy other TeachMe! products to learn other languages. It's really fun!
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Published on March 29, 2014 by **** from ****

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Easy to use

This is one of the easiest to use language programs I've ever seen. I am quite pleased with it. Gaelic is not an easy language to learn on your own. This program helps tremendously.

Published on Nov 16, 2016 by **** from ****

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Gaelic course

The course is great. Even after just one week I was able already to speak a few words and had learned a large number of words. The course is really fun.

Published on Apr. 22, 2016 by Brigitte from Igelsbach, Germany

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Impressive

Although it is early days with this course, I have not found fault. This was actually a present for someone else, but after trying it myself, I have kept it.
The auto learn feature is brilliant, making sure that you have grasped one level before moving you on to the next. I will happily recommend this course and linguashop, who are very friendly and very efficient, to any anybody.
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Published on Dec. 15, 2016 by Stuart from Winchester, England

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Top Reasons to learn Gaelic

Gaelic relatives

If your children are enrolled in a Gaelic medium school, learning Gaelic will allow you to help them with their schoolwork. If your relatives speak Gaelic, it will give you a better understanding of their culture and way of thinking.

Friends

If your friends speak Gaelic, learning Gaelic will give you a better understanding of their culture and way of thinking. If you have Gaelic speaking friends, learning Gaelic will help you to communicate with them.

Become part of the community

Learning Gaelic will allow you to fully participate in the rich oral, written and musical traditions of the Gaelic speaking areas.

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Basic words and phrases in Gaelic

Get by in Gaelic with these basic Gaelic words & phrases.

Do you speak English?

A bheil Beurla agaibh?

How old are you?

Dè an aois a tha sibh?

Excuse me.

Gabh mo leisgeul.

Do you understand?

A bheil thu a' tuigsinn?

Louder.

Nas àirde.

Please.

Mas e do thoil e.

What's your name ?

Dè an t-ainm a th' ort?

Where do you come from?

Cò às a tha thu?