"Is toil leam Alba."
Translation:I like Scotland.
It's to do with the lb combination in tandem with the vowels. It causes something called epenthesis. If you think of a silent letter as being there in writing, but not in speech, this is basically the opposite. What you get is a sort of vowel echo sounding like an A or a U.
So All-uh-puh or All-ah-puh
The Gaelic word for film (fiolm) also does this. Fiolm is pronounce fil-uhm
A similar thing happens in Scots dialect with the words warm and film.