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Sengoidelc

Postby skh » 06 Jul 2009, 21:32

Anybody interested in working through (as many chapters as we would manage of) Sengoidelc: Old Irish for Beginners this summer?

I'd be interested in study companions for motivation and discussion.

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Re: Sengoidelc

Postby Aelfarh » 13 Jul 2009, 16:19

The book seems really nice, although I have no previous knowledge of Irish (nor modern, no old ones) and probably I would find it difficult to understand that way.
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Re: Sengoidelc

Postby skh » 13 Jul 2009, 16:40

The book seems really nice, although I have no previous knowledge of Irish (nor modern, no old ones).
Neither have I!

We can go slower as well. I'm always way too ambitious when I start something new anyway.

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Re: Sengoidelc

Postby skh » 28 Jul 2009, 12:19

Just for the record: a small study group is forming now on the german druidry.de board, and will be starting within the next few weeks. If anybody ever wants to tackle Sengoidelc on their own and is looking for companionship and (possibly) help, please reply to this thread, even if it lies dormant, dusty and forgotten on the bottom of this forum :)

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