I'm learning Scottish #Gaelic and oinline I use
- (slightly coughing 😊 ) Google as translation service https://translate.google.com/?sl=gd&tl=en&op=translate
Question to all the #gàidhlig learners and speakers: which online resources (dictionaries, courses, translation sites, reference, ... ) do you use or would you recommend?
@pandora In addition to what you mentioned, I like Am Faclair Beag www.faclair.com for an online dictionary. It has “today’s” definitions along with the Dwelly (1906 dictionary) entries. I also like Akerbeltz online resources (www.akerbeltz.org) especially Fuaimean na Gàidhlig (Sounds of Gaidhlig http://www.akerbeltz.org/index.php?title=Fuaimean_na_G%C3%A0idhlig ) and Beagan gràmair (A Little Grammar http://www.akerbeltz.org/index.php?title=Beagan_gr%C3%A0mair ). Also -- Sgeulachdan Tradiseanta (Traditional Stories) at https://sgeulachdan.scot/ #gàidhlig
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