Everyday Gaelic

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Birlinn, Aug 10, 2006 - Foreign Language Study - 138 pages
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Everyday Gaelichas been compiled by an author with many years of experience in teaching Scottish Gaelic to adults and children. In addition to basic words and phrases, it also includes more complex and idiomatic material, all arranged thematically and covering topics such as meeting and greeting, travelling, the weather and eating and drinking. There are also clearly explained sections on grammar and imitated pronunciation for all Scottish Gaelic words and phrases. The result is an accessible and useful book which will be of benefit to all levels and ages of learners.

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Contents

PREFACE
1
QUESTION AND ANSWER VERBS
11
E MEETING FRIENDS AND GETTING ACQUAINTED
22
Copyright

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Common terms and phrases

About the author (2006)

Morag MacNeill learned Scottish Gaelic as a teenager. She was a full-time primary school teacher and now works as a supply teacher, mainly in the Scottish Gaelic medium. She has done extensive teaching of adults within night class, adult education groups and organisations.

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