This book sets out to illustrate the relationship between Gaelic and English words within the wider Indo-European context. Many Scots, finding Gaelic difficult, are unaware that much of Gaelic comes originally from the same source as English (and many other European languages), this origin being an early language of Europe and areas of the Indian sub-continent. Known as Indo-European, this long vanished language evolved in various ways to become the modern European languages we know today.
Like its companion volumes, Scots Gaelic - A Guide to the Basics, A Gaelic Alphabet and Slogans Galore!, this book will be of great help to learners and speakers of the Gaelic language. It forms a valuable reference tool to which readers will return again and again.
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