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Boyd Robertson, Iain Taylor
Teach Yourself, Coursebook w. Cassette

Scottish Gaelic is one of six modern Celtic languages, which, like most other European languages, belong to the Indo-European family of languages. The older versions of the modern Celtic languages were spoken in a large part of Europe at the height of Celtic civilization.

The course is designed for anyone who wants to progress quickly from the basics to understanding, speaking and writing Scottish Gaelic with confidence. It consists of 23 thematic units progressing from introducing yourself and dealing with everyday situations to reporting events and making suggestions.

The emphasis is on communication throughout with important language structures introduced through dialogues on the accompanying recording. There are plenty of exercises to practise the language as it is introduced and tips throughout to help with pronunciation and grammar. Cultural information sections give useful advice and information and the book starts with a spelling and pronunciation guide.

  • Learn to speak, understand and write the language
  • Progress quickly beyond the basics
  • Explore the language in depth

Der Autor
Boyd Robertson, co-author, is Senior Lecturer in Gaelic at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. Before joining the University, he was Principal Teacher of Gaelic at Oban High School. He has played a leading part in the development of several courses for learners of Gaelic including the Speaking our Language TV series and the Abair E course for secondary schools. He is currently Chair of The Scottish Qualifications Authority Gaelic Assessment Panel and Vice-Chair of the main Gaelic language promotion agency, Comunn na Gàidhlig. He has had extensive involvement in European projects on minority language issues for bodies such as the Council of Europe and The European Cultural Foundation.

Der Autor
Iain Taylor, co-author, taught Gaelic in the Western Isles and Perthshire before working on curriculum materials at Jordanhill College (now Strathclyde University) in Glasgow. He has worked as scriptwriter, editor and producer with Scottish Television and independent producers and also worked on publications and course materials for Sabhal Mòr Ostaig in Skye. He is a former setter and marker with Scottish Examinations Board (now SQA) and member of Central Support Group for Gaelic.

Teach Yourself, 2003, 344 S.
38,10 Euro
Sondereinband, W. drawings
ISBN: 978-0-340-86668-9

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