Interactive Gaelic course
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.
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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.
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.
Published on Apr. 23, 2015 by Petra from Pöttmes, Germany
Great course, great service. With a little delay to arrive in Brazil, I was worried and I emailed them, and they answered me back within just one hour.
Published on July 4, 2017 by João from Juiz de Fora, Brasil
I suggest to use it if you have some knowledge of Gaelic, and if you attend a class. TeachMe! builds so called short term memory, so you have to keep at it on a regular basis for the short term to become long term. You can set your own pace (from 8 to 20 prompts per lesson). The length of each session is also variable.
The course is descriptive, and can be somewhat boring, like a body building lesson, but if you have patience you will develop big muscles in no time.
You won't be able to take part in conversation immediately, unless you help yourself with other media. If you´re doing Gaelic, my suggestion is to forget AutoWord mode, and to concentrate on the so called Normal mode, as it's an excellent method to learn spelling, and to develop a sense for the good written word in Gaelic. (Gaelic has got a lot of tricks in spelling, and it's not always consistent).
The drag & drop stories are quite interesting; it's a pity there's no point system for them.
It's a good course to improve yourself (if you only want to learn a few words, and have no knowledge of Gaelic, then try the Alba site of the BBC)
I've done eight hours with TeachMe! Gaelic up to now and I've only found a few of peculiarities (you're supposed to write duin, for man; the speaker says fear, that also means man ; the same is for the plural, you write down daoine and hear fir ).
Customer support is excellent; if you have a problem you receive in no time the right answer.
Published on Nov. 16, 2017 by Pietro from Jesi, Italy
It's tough to find anything for Gaelic, but this is a good product. Tons of vocabulary, and it really pushes you to progress very quickly. The best feature is all the pronunciations that you can listen to. Recommended.
Published on Jan. 12, 2014 by Jarrett from United States
Product Name:Speak! Gaelic
Average Customer Review:
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(out of 45 reviews)
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.
Learning Gaelic will allow you to fully participate in the rich oral, written and musical traditions of the Gaelic speaking areas.
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.
Get by in Gaelic with these basic Gaelic words & phrases.
It is late.
Tha e anmoch.
It is two o'clock.
Tha e dà uair.
It is five o'clock.
Tha e còig uairean.
It is early.
Tha e tràth.
I am in a hurry.
Tha mi ann an cabhaig.
It is midnight.
Tha e meadhan-oidhche.
It is noon.
Tha e meadhan-latha.
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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