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 use faclair.com as a primary dictionary online. It's more accurate, use learngaelic for the audio though!
I tend to back-translate what I write in Gàidhlig using Goog-Translate, to make sure it makes sense. The translation Eng-Gà is sometimes dodgy or uses grammar that's outside ones ability.
Akerbeltz and Gaelic grammar too: http://akerbeltz.org/index.php?title=Beagan_gr%C3%A0mair
Mòran taing, a Ruaraidh 🙏 !
Both the akerbeltz and gaelicgrammar link look very helpful. The akerbeltz table with the irregular verbs provides me with the overview I've missed so far.
I've never trusted the learngaelic dictionary completely anyway, so I'll use it in combination with faclair from now on.
@pandora akerbeltz is someone you'll see across social media sometimes, I'm unsure if they're on here butjcertainly other places. Their sheets help in my re-learning a lot!
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