3.4: How can I learn Gaelic?
Join the Gaelic learners association. They can advise about books,
learners near you, classes, correspondence courses etc. They are called
Comann an Luchd-Ionnsachaidh. This is abbreviated to CLI and prounounced CLEE.
Motto: "The voice of Gaelic Learners". CLI has members around the world.
Address: 5 Caolshraid Mhicheil, Inbhir Nis, IV2 3HQ, Alba
5 Mitchell's Lane, Inverness, IV2 3HQ, Scotland
Tel/Fax : 0463 711792 (+ 463 711792)
Also join GAELIC-L, an e-mail list for all 3 Gaelics.
Details elsewhere in this FAQ
Suggestions for learners:
Teach Yourself Gaelic (book,tape) author: Boyd Robertson.
16.99 pounds for both. ISBN 0-340-55925-X. Book alone is 7.99
Speaking Our Language (workbooks, tapes, videos), published by Canan
(email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Highly recommended for complete beginners
and people with a year or so in evening classes.
Everyday Gaelic (book) author: Morag McNeill (intermediate level)
Gaidhlig Bheo: Correspondence course, run by The National Extension
College, 18 Brooklands Avenue, Cambridge Tel: (0223) 316644
Fax: (0223) 313586
Gaelic/Highland/Music/Singing courses (1-2 weeks long)
Sabhal Mor Ostaig, An Teanga, Sleite, Isle of Skye IV44 8RQ,
Scotland tel: 04714 373
(Sleite is pronounced "Slate")
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