Halo I'm New/ Gaidhlig conversation evenings tuesday night

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Lewis77
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Halo I'm New/ Gaidhlig conversation evenings tuesday night

Unread post by Lewis77 » Fri Aug 14, 2009 9:26 pm

Hallo my name is Lewis and I'm new, although I have tried to learn oor language before.

I'm from Edinburgh but glad to see I'm not the only one from Auld Reekie on here and not the only Hibee which is good!

I'm really looking to be telt what I should learn first, what should I study first and then what should I move onto? I so desperately want te learn my Grandmothers/Our language so I suppose I'm looking for a mentor/mentors te guide me through this process!

Also I've been telt aboot the Gaidhlig conversation evenings on tuesday night in toon(Edinburgh). I've been telt they are really good, has anyone here been to them, if so what was your experience of the evenings.

Thankyou for any help,

O the best te ye,

Louie.
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Neas Olc
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Unread post by Neas Olc » Sun Aug 16, 2009 4:55 am

Uill try out 'taic' for grammar support: http://www.taic.me.uk/taic.html
Other than that I can't help out massively, being a learner myself. Good on you for starting though.

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Unread post by neoni » Mon Aug 17, 2009 11:02 am

the conversation classes are good but aren't suitable for complete beginners. you're best bet is to try and enroll in a class or pick up some teach yourself books and work through them for a couple weeks, then pop down to the conversation circle full of questions and ready to practice what you've learnt.

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