"Toby A. Rider" wrote:
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> Subject: BOUNCE gaidhlig-gu-leor@: Non-member submission from ["Joan Fleury" 
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> Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2000 17:46:08 -0700
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> iam looking for some infomation on gailicbooks translating english to
> gailic. i am tryingto learn  as much asican  we have classes in winter
> .ifnd singing much easier than speaking.if you could help i would
> appreciate.

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Hallo a Sheonag!
(hello Joan!)

A very good phrase book for beginners that translates English to Gaelic
(and also has approximate pronounciations) is Morag MacNeill's "Everyday
Gaelic". It's published by Gairm, but is generally available in North
America. If you can't find it or order it from your local bookshop, a
very good source is Siol Cultural Enterprises,
 http://www3.ns.sympatico.ca/siol/

le du\rachd

Seonag


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