Gaelic language and G Guide - Resources and Review

Links to grammar resources, morphology information, dictionaries, and lessons in languages including Akkadian, Arabic, Artificial Languages, Brahui, Cherokee, Chinese, Coptic, Dhimal, English, Gaelic, Hindi, Indonesian, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, Sanskrit, Tagalog, Urdmurt, Vietnamese, Welsh, and Wolof.
Promotion of the Scottish Gaelic language at local, regional, and national levels. Information includes details of projects, such as Iurosgoil99, which is concerned with minority languages of the European Union, news articles, annual reports, and statistical data pertaining to education from nursery to secondary schools, arranged by school and region. Resources are available in Gaelic and English.
Collection of Scottish Gaelic resources, including a dictionary of idioms and expressions, notes on grammar, selections of traditional rhymes and riddles, and information on names and surnames. Presented in Gaelic, with English translations available for much of the content.
Offers government papers covering topics such as foreign affairs, agriculture, and law, a selection of research guides on subjects including the Irish famine, medieval Irish plea rolls, and the rebellion of 1798, and information about the transportation of Irish emigrants to Australia between 1791
1868. A section on the Irish language, written in Gaelic, is also featured.
School Gaelic Dictionary prepared for the use of learners of the Gaelic language, keyed in and verified at Sabhal Mor Ostaig.
English definitions of Manx words derived from Douglas C Fargher's English
Manx Dictionary of 1979.
Collection of resources and links to information about the Gaelic languages and cultures.
Details of news, events, publications, library materials, and office bearers of The Gaelic Society of Inverness. A detailed history of the society from 1871
1971 is also included. Additional information of interest is provided by links to relevant Gaelic material, and a short biography of Somhairle MacIllEain (Sorley Maclean), late bard of the society.
Scotland's Gaelic
medium further education college, located two miles north of Armadale, on the Sleat peninsula near the southern tip of the island of Skye.
The first ten pages from an old out
of-copyright Gaelic tutor.
Nb = 10