Scottish Gaelic help
Recently i have trouble with the scots gaelic course duolingo has to offer. I feel i do well so far. I find so few resources online to help with gaelic especially pronounciation of words. the gaelic here can often be confusing as during lessons it can be common to hear two different ways to say one word. It makes the learning process far harder and adds more confusion than there might already be without it. I wonder if there is perhaps something considered standard scots gaelic in the same way we would have standard english. And maybe some other apps or websites that could help further with the gaelic learning. Any help would be very appreciated.
Thanks for reading.
Gaelic with Jason https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVX7RajLZmm8i7LEuli05tw
Well, I personally feel that we are extremely lucky and privileged to hear slightly different accents by real native speakers in this course. How difficult would it be to learn, as is the case for language learners in many countries, only from non-native speaker teachers with strong and funny accents! (German English teachers who can't speak a "th" etc. ... .) Much worse if we had only a computer voice – probably then we would not learn at all to understand real Scottish speakers. And yes, Jason on YouTube is great, and very easy to understand.
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