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Elliot (ewardsmeck@gmail.com)
Date:Fri 29 Sep 2017 00:04:36 BST
Subject:Awesome site!

Like some of the other posters, I too was hoping for a Duolingo course in Gaelic. I searched to see if there were plans for the language to come to the app and when I found none, I came across a board discussing this site. I'm still pretty new to it, but thank you so much for creating this! It's super helpful so far. Cheers!


Brian Gude (bfgude@gmail.com)
Date:Sun 17 Sep 2017 19:25:56 BST
Subject:Videos found

Sorry for the mix-up. I just found the videos on LearnGaelic. I got these two sites mixed!


Brian Gude (bfgude@gmail.com)
Date:Sun 17 Sep 2017 18:02:59 BST
Subject:Video support

I'm really happy I found your site. It's very good! But I'm a bit confused. I'm quite sure that a little while ago I also watched short video's on this site on daily conversation (how are you? I'm fine thank you, and so on..) Now I can't seem to find them anywhere. Am I overlooking something? Where can I find these, because those were really helpful for me?!


Karen Wilson (aidenfox@xplornet.com)
Date:Fri 26 May 2017 03:09:30 BST
Subject:Lesson 2 Exercise 2

I am trying to figure out why the answer to # 6 Lesson 2 Exercise 2 is Chan eil e cho toilichte, shouldn't it be Chan eil e ro toilichte. ?? He isn't too pleased.


Shreya Ban (shreyab@hotmail.co.uk)
Date:Sat 13 May 2017 16:14:14 BST
Subject:Thumbs up

This website has been so helpful in grasping the intricacies of this amazing language. Mòran taing :)


Judith McGregor-Deslauriers (judith.mcdes@gmail.com)
Date:Mon 27 Mar 2017 16:29:21 BST

I am really happy to be able to finally learn the language of my ancestors. Hopefully I will be able to grasp the 'sound' of Gaule in the not too distant future, Tha mi 'happy' Judith MacGriogar


Eubh (eva.lukacs0426@outlook.com)
Date:Thu 08 Sep 2016 18:00:11 BST

Hi, this website is fantastic! It help me a lot. Have you heard about Duolingo? It is a website where you can create language courses and learn other languages. It's really great. Check it. Many students(like me) on Duolingo are waiting for a Scottish Gaelic course. There is already an Irish course. We would be grateful, if you make a Gaelic course there. Thanks and thanks again for this website.


Colin (colin.stone@stv.tv)
Date:Tue 03 May 2016 17:53:02 BST

This website has proved - and is proving - incredibly useful as I continue to learn Gaelic. Moran taing!


Medlagoyd (issiota@mail.ru)
Date:Mon 21 Mar 2016 15:11:06 GMT
Subject:Help me understand gaelic song

There are gaelic song named "s fhada bhuainn Anna". In Internet found it's lyric, but i can not find for "chuala mi gun dtug thu'n........na hearadh". Do you know words in this place? Sorry for my English.


Gordon Allan (Tgordonallan@aol.com)
Date:Thu 03 Mar 2016 15:36:56 GMT
Subject:Sound files

Mòran taing. Glè uiseil site. Would it be possible to have the sound files in another format such as mp3 because I cannot find anything that will open the current format on my ipad.


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