CBC Indie Music Festival: Mary Ann Kennedy 

May 16, 2017

CBC Indie Music Festival Attracts Top BBC Personality: Mary Ann Kennedy  Special Canadian Broadcasting Tour: May 27th – June 5th  Broadcaster, author, producer and award-winning musician Mary Ann Kennedy will be in Canada from 27 May – 5 June! Mary Ann Kennedy is one of the most well-loved and well-known voices and personalities on BBC […]

Gaelic lesson – February 20, 2010

February 20, 2010

To count our medals in the Vancouver Olympic Games here are a few key words in Gaelic. 1 – aon “UHN” 2 – dhà “GAH” 3 – trì “TAREE” 4 – ceithir “KAY-her” And now, to insert them into a statement about our Vancouver Olympic medal count! Medal – bonn (singular) “bown” Medals – buinn […]

Gaelic lesson February 13th, 2010

February 20, 2010

A phrase we can all use for Valentine’s Day – I love you Tha grath agam orr. Sounds like: Ha gra akam orscht.

HOURS OF THE DAY

December 26, 2009

uair – one o’clock dà uair – two o’clock trì uairean – three o’clock ceithir uairean – four o’clock còig uairean – five o’clock sia uairean – six o’clock seachd uairean – seven o’clock ochd uairean – eight o’clock naoi uairean – nine o’clock deich uairean – ten o’clock aon uair deug – eleven o’clock […]

“’S toigh leam”

August 29, 2009

“’S toigh leam…” (I” like”) as in the following song ‘S toigh leam, ho ro hù bhith sa Chul a fuireach, Measg nan daoine còire Le mo dheoin a ‘n uiridh. ‘S toigh leam, ho ro hù bhith sa Chul a fuireach. So, we can take that phrase, “’S toigh leam” and make a sentence […]

Gaelic proverb

August 9, 2009

“Remember those from whom you came.” Cuimhnich air na daoine bho ’n d’ thàinig thu.

Gaelic exercise

July 19, 2009

VOCABULARY blath ……….warm fuar ………..cold fliuch……….wet tioram ……..dry sona ……….happy bronach ……sad math ……….good dona …………bad glic …………..wise gorach ………foolish laghach ……..kind mosach ……..nasty GRAMMER A bheil mi….? I am …. A bheil thu…? Are you? Chan eil me…. I am not Chan eil thu… You are not Tha mi… I am Tha thu… You […]

Comhairle na Gàidhlig – The Gaelic Council of Nova Scotia

July 12, 2009

Comhairle na Gaidhlig welcomes you! Comhairle na Gàidhlig is a non-profit society dedicated to the maintenance and promotion of the Gaelic language and culture in Nova Scotia: the only region outside Scotland where they remain everday aspects of community life. Gaels in Nova Scotia are a unique society; we draw on a shared tradition with […]

Online Gaelic lessons & RADIO

July 9, 2009

http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/ Scottish Gaelic courses, dictionaries, etc. http://www.contemporarypoetry.com/brain/lang/ http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/gaidhlig/ionnsachadh/bgfp/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/alba/foghlam/beag_air_bheag/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/colinandcumberland/ Online Gaelic dictionaries http://www.sst.ph.ic.ac.uk/angus/Faclair/ http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/gaidhlig/faclair/sbg/lorg.php http://www.scotland.gov.uk/dictionary/gedt-00.asp Sabhal Môr Ostaig – Gaelic College on the Isle of Skye Fuaimean na Gàidhlig – The Sounds of Gaelic (includes audio) http://www.akerbeltz.org/fuaimean/fuaimean.htm GAELIC RADIO SHOW www.ckjm.ca A weekly Gaelic show on CKJM -FM’ s programming scheduel is aired every […]

OUR CANADIAN NATIONAL ANTHEM IN GAELIC

July 9, 2009

O CANADA/ O CHANADA O CHANADA, DUTHAICH NAN GAISGEACH COIR CRUN AIR DO CHEANN, DE DHUILLEIG DHEARG IS OIR. BHO CHUAN GU CUAN, LE ORAN BINN DO CHLIU NI SINN A LUAIDH FO DHION DO SGEITH. THA SAORSA GHRINN NACH SPAIN AN NAMHAID UAINN O CHANADA, DURACHD AR CRIDH SONAS LE SITH IS MAITHEAS DHE […]

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