Scottish Gaelic Resources
Halò! I've noticed quite a few people on the Irish forum have expressed interest (but lack of resources) in Scottish Gaelic, so I'm here to share some free resources to get started on Gaelic!
・part 1 in a series of pronunciation & basic gàidhlig videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnOKl5EPFtc&t=211s
・MangoLanguages, which has a Scottish Gaelic course (there's also a mobile app): https://learn.mangolanguages.com
・A list of more resources: https://sgribhisg.tumblr.com/gaidhlig
・And more resources: https://celtic.arizona.edu/gaelic-resources
Other media for gàidhlig practice:
・Playlist of gàidhlig music: https://www.youtube.com/playlist? list=PLMsCSYwWSRTxcugDfDlsfT8GUuj2ulSBZ
・Resources for Bannan, a BBC show entirely in gàidhlig: https://www.storlann.co.uk/fileanta/na-meadhanan/
・Short film in gàidhlig: https://vimeo.com/8867828
・Gàidhlig radio: https://www.bbc.co.uk/radionangaidheal
・Playlist of vlogs in gàidhlig: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1EEc2ageLDU71_Lvy9RoOQKHPGrmJ4Cp
Some tips from a fellow learner: Work on sentence structure and basic vocab first--don't worry about getting too in-depth all at once. Try using things you're interested in--like listen to music in gàidhlig and pick your favorite song, then study the vocab from it! (example: https://decks.memrise.com/course/5512521/griogal-cridhe-gaidhlig-vocab/) Try to integrate some gàidhlig into your daily life, even if it's just listening to music or the gàidhlig radio (https://www.bbc.co.uk/radionangaidheal) in the background while you do laundry. Get used to the sounds of the language! Good luck! Mar sin leibh.