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Post by Ainevar » 06 Sep 2007, 19:54

Do you have any suggest books for learning any of he celtic languages. Including Manx
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Post by ennys » 06 Sep 2007, 22:39

There are for at least Breton, Welsh and Irish some good books, but which language do you want to learn? I hope not just 'any celtic' one, because the cultures may share many things, they are not the same and for the languages counts the same thing. Dou you already know if you want to learn British Celtic or Gaelic? Manx is a Gaelic language, and alas, I don't know about any books for that. But I might be able to help you a little bit with british....
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Post by Ainevar » 24 Sep 2007, 19:31

My nain focus is to learn Scots Gaelic and Irish Gaelic. Then maybe Welsh, Manx, and Breton.
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Post by Beith » 25 Sep 2007, 11:47

hi Aineva,

There are links to online courses in Irish and Scots gaelic in each forum. You might also want to check out the BBC website on languages.

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