Tha mi ag atharraich sgrìobhainn a-nochd.
[I am amending a document tonight.]
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- Thu Oct 30, 2008 9:03 pm
- Forum: Dà-chànanach / Bilingual
- Topic: Dè tha thu a' dèanamh? / What are you doing?
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Tapadh leibh.chris-1961 wrote:Hello NicÒgan. Hope you are well today. I corrected your wee error ( hope you don't mind ).
I don't mind at all. It was my first attempt at using Ghàidhlig in public. When my mistakes are corrected I learn better. So, thanks!
- Wed Oct 29, 2008 12:34 am
- Forum: Cuir nan aithne / Introductions
- Topic: Halò
- Replies: 15
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One thing I can recommend when you're learning as i am, if you have Sky TV, watch a programme on BBC Alba called "Learning Our Language " at 19:30 Monday - Thursday - Sky Channel 168. Halò Chris and thanks for the welcome. I don't have Sky, I'm afraid. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that BBC decide...
Yes, I have the Teach Yourself and the Colloquiall course. The TY Conversational is on my wishlist. I also have the Eurotalk for when I'm on my own at work, but the sound quality is poor indeed for an interactive DVD.
Halò. Is mise Sìle. Unfortunately, that is the extent of my Ghàidhlig, though I am hoping that will change shortly. I am currently trying to locate a tutor/teacher in the SE London/Kent area, so if anyone knows of someone who would fit the bill, please PM me. I was going to undertake an evening cour...