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Halò, is mise Seanadh.

Posted: Sun Jan 12, 2020 8:03 pm
by getracey
Halò, is mise Seamas. Tha mi a fuireach ann an Cuimrigh, agus tha mi a' ionnsachadh Gàidhlig.

Hello, I am James. I live in Wales and àm trying to learn Gaelic. I have made several on off attempts over the years, and am currently using the duolingo app. I know it is has recieved some criticism on here, and with some justification, but it happens to be the most convienient way for me an-dràsta. There won't be many chances for conversation here, but I would love to be able to listen to Radio nan Gàidheal and understand more of what is being said, or watch BBC Alba without subtitles.
Tìoraidh an-dràsta

Re: Halò, is mise Seanadh.

Posted: Mon Jan 13, 2020 12:59 am
by Níall Beag
Croeso/Fàilte!

Re: Halò, is mise Seanadh.

Posted: Mon Jan 13, 2020 9:54 am
by GunChleoc
Croeso! :D

Check out the "Goireasan" section on our homepage and the learngaelic site whenever you want to add to your teaching material. You are welcome to write here for practice too :)

Re: Halò, is mise Seanadh.

Posted: Thu Jan 16, 2020 10:05 am
by getracey
Tapadh leibh/Diolch yn fawr.
Chan eil mi Seanadh, is mise Seamas! Tha 'autocorrect' cho droil!
I'm not a big fan òr grammer but Duolingo is leaving some gaps in my learning, such as when to use an,am or a'. Lenition is not a complete surprise to me, as I am a Welsh speaker, but it just appear on Duolingo with no explanation. However it does suit me at the moment as I can use it at work (in my dinner break of course🍽️). So I need to look at the Goireasan section and Learngselic is an amazing resource too.
Mòran taing

Re: Halò, is mise Seanadh.

Posted: Fri Jan 17, 2020 7:01 pm
by GunChleoc
For an am a', see https://www.foramnagaidhlig.net/index.php?page=149

I ordered things a bit differently from the traditional approach.

Also, http://www.akerbeltz.org/index.php?titl ... ocative%3F