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The Gaelic indefinite article

The English indefinite article a does not exist in Gaelic. Unlike English, a noun on its own can be considered indefinite without the need for a specific word to show this.

Examples of using the Gaelic indefinite article

nighean
a daughter
mìos
a month
leabaidh
a bed
bòrd
a table
seidhir
a chair

How to learn Gaelic

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

Key Points

  • Effective way to learn Gaelic grammar
  • Track your progress
  • Gaelic talking dictionary
  • Drag and drop stories
  • Runs on Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista and XP
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Gaelic

This application has helped me move towards my goal of fluency in Gaelic.

Published on Nov 11, 2015 by Robert from Linden, United States

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Outstanding

This system works great for those looking to pick up and start using another language right away. The vocabulary builds rapidly and the words become memorized quickly. I kept finding myself injecting Gaelic in conversations.

I definitely intend to pick up more languages from this series.
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Published on Nov 17, 2013 by Anthony from Spotsylvania, United States

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Incredible learning Methodology

An excellent course for people who have no notion of Gaelic, or even if you already have, but want to learn
more. The lessons are short, but solid, with many exercises and constant pronunciation (which helps a lot
to memorize). I recommend it to all those who have an interest in learning Gaelic.
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Published on Dec. 7, 2015 by Serennity from São Paulo, Brazil

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Scottish Gaidhlig (Gaelic)

I had tried lots of times to learn Gaidhlig with very limited success, couldn't really converse in the language. Then I found the TeachMe! Gaelic course. The course is very good indeed, within a month I was able to hold short and simple conversations. After that there was no stopping me, I urge anybody wanting to learn a language to use courses from Linguashop.
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Published on Jun. 7, 2015 by Stuart from Kingussie, Scotland

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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.

It is noon.

Tha e meadhan-latha.

What time is it ?

Dè an uair a tha e?

It is midnight.

Tha e meadhan-oidhche.

It is early.

Tha e tràth.

We have time.

Tha ùine againn!

It is late.

Tha e anmoch.

It is two o'clock.

Tha e dà uair.

Hurry !

Greas ort!