Colm Ó Baoill
A ‘new’ course in Gaelic for beginners
Publication date: 21 June 2019
Acair, 1989. 92 pages.
A 'new' course in Gaelic for beginners.
Based on the original Welsh if Fun by Heini Gruffudd, MA and Elwyn Ioan.
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Children can enjoy learning Scottish Gaelic from the very start with this fun and accessible activity book. Ideal for children in P1, P2 and P3.
Like its sucessful campanion volume – Scots Gaelic an introduction to the basics, – A Gaelic Alphabet will be of great help to learners and speakers of the language.
A unique, fun and simple way to learn Gaelic verbs. This book is designed to help people instantly recall verbs and their conjugations by using picture association, colour-coded tables and innovative illustrations.
Children can enjoy learning Scottish Gaelic with this fun and accessible activity book. Ideal for children in P4 and P5.
Catriona Murray (editor)
For the first time, a bilingual anthology of the poems and songs of the Gaelic poet Murdo MacFarlane from Lewis, the Melbost Bàrd, is available in one volume.