Reference Materials and Gaelic Learning Sources

Scottish Gaelic External References and Resources

Learngaelic.net is a great resource for learners and students with videos, learning modules, a pronunciation dictionary, and much more.

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Slighe nan Gàidheal Library

The mission of the Slighe nan Gaidheal library is to support with library resources, our organization’s teaching and dissemination of the Scottish Gaelic language. The first priority is to provide support to SnG Members and learners enrolled in the Z2G program. Readers can access our catalog from anywhere—even on a mobile phone.

Patrons can search or browse our collection and place a “hold” on any items using our catalog. The Library Committee is notified by e-mail and the item(s) are retrieved for delivery to the patron at an upcoming event (we do not use postal mail). Browse our library to see what books are available.

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Tutoring Resources

We hope to see you at our Zero to Gaelic classes throughout the year, however, the best way to learn a language is to speak it regularly. A tutor or practice with other learners is a great way to learn and advance between classes.

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Gaelic Seattle: Geoffrey Sammons is a Gaelic teacher in Seattle, WA. He teaches classes for Slighe nan Gàidheal, for the Atlantic Gaelic Academy, and also offers tutoring sessions. Learn more

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iTalki is a site where you can sign up with tutors for 1-on-1 sessions or do language exchanges with other learners. Accounts are free, but lessons are purchased with credits through the site. There are currently two Scottish Gaelic tutors, Steven from Scotland and Jason Bond. Learn more

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Verbling is another great option for tutoring sessions and speaking with other learners. Learn more

 
 

*Slighe nan Gàidheal is not affiliated with italki or verbling.