Family Gàidhlig time

Tonight Robynne and I got a chance to go over some Gàidhlig together. It was nice to spend the time together on something active and interactive, rather than housework or watching TV. Learning is a great way to spend time together.

We also ordered a couple of books on-line. An etymological dictionary and a book on practical Gàidhlig will certainly help our learning along. There is a lot of material out there that’s geared at teaching one to communicate with speakers of a language; however, my interest is learning to communicate as a speaker of a language. There is a lot of idiom and other important details that are hard to learn, but I hope to learn them as early in the process as is practical.

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