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Gaelic adjectives

Unlike English, adjectives in Gaelic are placed after the noun. Adjectives in Gaelic agree with the noun they describe. This means that adjectives that describe a feminine noun have a special form.

Examples for using Gaelic adjectives

a' chaileag lag
the weak girl
a' chaileag bhòidheach
the pretty girl
a' chaileag òg
the young girl
a' chaileag chaol
the skinny girl
caileag reamhar
a fat girl

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How to learn Gaelic

Speak! Gaelic is based on a natural learning process - you practice simple grammar and vocabulary tasks repeatedly until Speak! decides that you have learned the material well enough to procede to the next level. In this way, you'll advance from the basics to more intricate structures at your own pace in exactly the same way a child learns a language - seeing, hearing and responding over a length of time.

Included in the course

  • Software to learn Scottish Gaelic for download

Key Points

  • Fun to use
  • Learn Gaelic grammar and vocabulary
  • Voice recognition to improve your Gaelic accent
  • Gaelic talking dictionary
  • Runs on Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista and XP
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Very well

I really like learning with the program. The whole course is larger than expected and I love it! It is easy to understand the handling and I adore reading the words/ stories while listening to them.

Published on Feb. 3, 2017 by Jessica from Germany

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Great Value

I have been using this package to learn Gaelic and find it excellent. The 'Learn Vocabulary' is well presented and easily customised for your own progress. The 'Pronunciation section' is excellent - but I would like to see the addition of the word's meaning in this section.
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Published on June 26, 2016 by Tom from Edinburgh, Scotland

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Great language course

The language is interesting to me because it's an old language and yet very much alive. This a one way to get back to my roots. This course has enabled me to make my first steps in learning Gaelic, and it's also fun to use.

Thank you!
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Published on Apr. 23, 2015 by Petra from Pöttmes, Germany

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The Irish program is great. It's useful to double check what I already know and expand on what I don't. It's easy to use. I enjoy it very much.

Published on Apr. 19, 2015 by Rebeckah from Virginia, United States

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Speak! Gaelic

Average Customer Review:

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Top Reasons to learn Gaelic

Meet someone new

Many people who have learned Gaelic have met their husband or wife because of it. Learning Gaelic will increase the number of people in your community whom you can meet.

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.

Make a difference

Every new learner makes the outlook for Gaelic brighter. Set an example for others by showing how it is indeed possible to learn Gaelic and use it in the community.

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Basic words and phrases in Gaelic

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

What is the weather like ?

Ciamar a tha 'n t-sìde?

It is cold out.

Tha i fuar a-muigh.

It is cloudy out.

Tha i sgòthach a-muigh.

It is windy.

Tha i gaothach.

It is hot out.

Tha i teth a-muigh.

What is the temperature ?

Dè 'n teodhachd a th' ann?

It is sunny.

Tha i grianach.

It is snowing.

Tha i a' cur sneachd.