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    • Sabhal Mòr Ostaig: Ionad Nàiseanta Cànain is Cultair na Gàidhlig
      Gaelic college | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Ben Mhor Guest House: Gaelic speakers are all welcome!
      Gaelic business
    • Anne Dieringer: My mother was the first child born in America of Scottish immigrants.
      Interested in learning
    • Hugh: Scottish Gaelic
      Currently learning
    • Ben: I know the very basics but want to improve and learn more.
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Luc Monod: Speaking 7 languages specialized linguist and former teacher in french for foreigners in France and USSR could test and try with pleasure
      Interested in learning
    • Edmonton Gaelic study group: We meet on Wed. from Sept-Apr. Variety of levels.
      Gaelic group
    • Kimberley : My Dad's family is all of Scots Heritage. But nobody knows anything. There is one story that 7 brothers came over during the clearings.
      Interested in learning | Facebook
    • Mike T: Always loved my Scottish heritage. Currently learning online and always looking for new ways to learn more and use it.
      Currently learning
    • Heather Dobby: Currently enrolled in a Beginner class with AGA
      Currently learning
    • Steph Taylor: Learning Gaelic with the Atlantic Gaelic Academy.
      Currently learning
    • Erin Park: Would love to practice my Gaelic and help others in Western PA!
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Dave Albiston: I love the sounds matched to the meanings of the Gaelic spoken words, heartfelt.
      Interested in learning
    • Angus MacInnes: Cùm Gàidhlig beò!!
      Fluent speaker
    • Comann Gàidhlig na Linne: Everyone welcome at all levels. Keep an eye on Facebook for class times and dates.
      Gaelic group | Facebook
    • anonymous: i am learning gaelic because it's a beautiful language
      Currently learning
    • Anne MacDonald Coleman: Hallo a h-uile dhaoine!
      Currently learning
    • John lawson: My grandparents are from Scotland and I would love to speak Gaelic
      Interested in learning
    • Emily A Dinwiddie-Cole: Both my father's and mother's lines are Scottish. Would love to learn the Borderlands language.
      Currently learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Mark Bordelon: Computer Scientist with good language skills learning Scots Gaelic
      Currently learning
    • Cròileagan Pheairt: Perth Gaelic Playgroup for 0-5 year olds.
      Gaelic group | Website | Facebook
    • Susannah: Hàlo! Tha mi à Southampton, ach tha mi ag ionnsachadh Gàidhlig aig an Oilthigh Obar Dheathain. Dw i'n trio dysgu Cymraeg yn achwaneg
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Michelle T. Ross: Very interested in learning Scots Gaelic
      Interested in learning
    • Lori Renfro: Always looking for other Gaelic learners/speakers nearby
      Currently learning
    • Donna: Cymru am byth
      Fluent speaker
    • Florence: I'm queer Scottish diaspora and I make bad soup let's get pizza hmu
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Dave: I'm very interested in learning Gaelic as it's part of my heritage, but from past experience I know I don't learn foreign languages easily.
      Interested in learning
    • Celtic Circle Church: Raised speaking village dialect of Scots Gaelic, a bit rusty after living in USA for 20 years.
      Native speaker
    • Robert L Barton: Learning to better connect to my ancestral culture.
      Currently learning
    • Ric Peralta: Roughly half of my heritage is Scottish, the other half being Mexican. Much closer to my Scottish roots though. Trying to learn more!
      Interested in learning | Twitter
    • Julia Campbell: Would love to find a study group
      Interested in learning
    • kay duncan: The toast at our wedding was in Gaelic.
      Interested in learning
    • Bruce Matheson: Always interested in learning a new language since my Dad’s ancestors came from North Uist in 1858.
      Interested in learning
    • Glen Moyer: Began Gaelic lessons once, would like to resume and learn more
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Trisha Bullock: My mother went about muttering to me in Gaelic until she died when I was a little girl. Would love to hear the sound of the language again.
      Interested in learning
    • Lauren: I am interested in bot Irish and Scots Gaelic, as it is my Heritage.
      Interested in learning
    • Amy McMurry : I would love to learn Scottish Gaelic!!
      Interested in learning
    • Dave : Grandfather spoke it, as did his father, who both immigrated to the US in the very early 1900's.
      Interested in learning
    • Rob: Interested in learning.
      Interested in learning
    • Susan Skidmore: would love to learn Gaelic
      Interested in learning
    • Robert More: Our Celtic Society would be interested in hosting a study group
      Interested in learning |
    • Victoria Luke: I'm Celtic-Viking and would like to learn the language of some of my ancestors.
      Interested in learning
    • Vicky Duke: Would love to speak the language of my ancestors.
      Interested in learning
    • Lori McKiernan: I visit Scotland frequently and would love to speak with locals in their language
      Interested in learning
    • Maria: Started to learn Irish-Gaelic in 2017 🙂 I'm a Swiss expat, moved to Ireland in 2015.
      Currently learning
    • Isobel Sutherland: Gaelic is fun, especially if I can do better than my dad.
      Currently learning
    • Robert sinclair: Learning gaelic through UHI.
      Currently learning
    • Wendy : 'S e Wendy a th' orm agus tha mi a' fuireach ann an Virginia. Tha mise ag ionnsachadh na Gàidhlig le Colaiste Sabhal Mòr Ostaig an-dràsta.
      Currently learning
    • Bryan C: Feasgar math!
      Currently learning
    • Kit: Slowing trying to remember what I learned before!
      Currently learning
    • Sarah: Currently enrolled on Earrann 1 at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig.
      Currently learning |
    • Lianne M: Always looking for those local to speak with and explore new avenues.
      Currently learning
    • Kimberly: I have been learning Scottish Gaelic for about two years and would love to speak with others locally!
      Currently learning
    • Guelph Gaelic Conversational Group: Informal group learning Gaelic together, different levels from beginner to native Gaelic speaker
      Gaelic group | Facebook
    • Jane Hardy: Recently learned of DNA connection to Argyll Colony of North Carolina. Eager to learn all I can.
      Interested in learning
    • Vincent Block: Have lived in the Hebrides for a summer, and know a very small amount of Gaelic but mostly from books now. I am in VA temporarily.
      Interested in learning | Facebook
    • Coisir Dhun Eideann: Singing in a choir is a good way to improve your pronunciation.
      Gaelic group | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Ronald McCoy: Seinnidh mi agus b'fheàrr leam còmhradh a dheànamh còhmla riutsa!
      Fluent speaker
    • Keith Waddell: Can read and write better than speaking
      Currently learning
    • Catrìona: I love learning our native language and want to help preserve it.
      Currently learning
    • Kate Isles: My family were Gaelic speakers until they weren't allowed to speak at school in the early 1900s. Shame cos now I have to learn it from cold!
      Currently learning
    • Sharon Stewart: I would love to learn "Scottish Gaelic" as my great-grandfather spoke it. I am 90% Scottish-Canadian on both my maternal and paternal sides.
      Interested in learning
    • Kaelyn Harris: I’m interested in learning Scots Gaelic because it seemed like a fun language!
      Currently learning
    • Rory Francis: Tha mi daonan deònach Gàidhlig a bhruidhinn, cha mhòr!
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Justin Frizzell: Would love to learn Scottish Gaelic as a part of reclaiming family history and passing it to future generations
      Interested in learning
    • Rowan Paterson: Neach-ionnsachaidh a tha fhathast ag ionnsachadh
      Fluent speaker
    • Max G. Mahaffee : Charleston SC (USA) born of Scots-Irish ancestry. Visited Scotland seven (7) times. Scottish Gaelic interest.
      Interested in learning
    • Misneachd: 'S e buidheann fosgailte a th' ann am Misneachd ag iomairt ann an Alba airson na Gàidhlig. Bu chòir Misneachd a bhith againn!
      Gaelic group | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Màrtainn: Cùm suas i!
      Fluent speaker |
    • City Lit: Learn Scottish Gaelic from scratch. Classes at EC college, 1 min from Euston Station. Register at City Lit, 1-10 Keeley St, London WC2B 4B
      Gaelic class | Website
    • Abi Lightbody: Graduate of Glasgow University's Gaelic Department.
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Anna Nicleòid: Leòdhasach mu dheas.
      Native speaker
    • robert bruce: Tha mi ag ionnsachadh Gàidhlig aison dà bliadhna.
      Currently learning
    • Daibhidh Rothach: Ayrshireman living in fantastic Bristol with my Gaelic feeling less relevant than it ever did. Would like more opportunities to speak it.
      Fluent speaker
    • Kate Beaton: Former Gaelic teacher.
      Fluent speaker
    • Iain Macaonghais: Ag obair aig a BhBC ann an Inbhir Nis.
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Keith Waddell: I am self-taught therefore read and write better than I speak
      Currently learning
    • Annie: Would like to know if there are any Gaelic speakers on the island!
      Currently learning
    • Anne McKenzie Kivari: Have been learning Gàidhlig for a few years.
      Currently learning
    • Everett McLaine: Using the "Learning Gaelic On Your Own" course from Moray Language Center (Finlay MacLeoid).
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Ralph Morgan Lewis: Several ancestors came from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and England.
      Interested in learning
    • Louise M Young: I'v always been very proud of my Scotish Ancestry..I would love to learn the Gaelic. From the 1st time I heard it as a child.
      Gaelic school
    • Morgan McGregor: I wanted to learn Gaelic as I felt I should have an understanding of my country's languages.
      Currently learning
    • Kim : I would like to learn Scottish Garlic, all of my grandparents came from Scotland.
      Interested in learning
    • Lorraine Cullin: I am relocating to Scotland within the next year. I also have traced my Scottish ancestors all the way back to 1420 Aberdeen and Cullen
      Currently learning
    • Sean MacFadyen: I would like to speak my grandfather's language(from Coll), Scots Gaelic as well as Irish(my other side).
      Interested in learning
    • Morlanwen: I'd like to learn Gàidhlig.
      Interested in learning
    • Nicole Raquel: Would like to find others interested in learning and/or creating group
      Currently learning
    • Jason: Learned Gaelic at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig and on Barra. Interested in conversation groups.
      Fluent speaker
    • Anna: My husband is an American Scot and his grandfather spoke Gaelic to him as a child.
      Interested in learning
    • Iwan Llion: Native Welsh speaker wants to learn Gaelic
      Interested in learning
    • Wilson McLeod: Thòisich mi air Gàidhlig ionnsachadh ann an Obar Dheathain ann an 1983.
      Fluent speaker
    • Joseph Williams: Would love to learn a language from my most predominant heritage in my family.
      Interested in learning
    • Susan: I attend a weekly conversation class at work
      Interested in learning
    • Christopher Merle: Tha beagan Gàidhlig agam.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Sani: I’m interested to learn Gaelic language through apps.
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Christine: Scots-Irish decedent would like to learn Gaelic
      Interested in learning
    • Tom Dixon: Sporadic learner mostly using on-line audio/video during commutes.
      Currently learning
    • Kathleen Ferber: I would like to learn Gaelic I was born and brought up in Scotland my whole family is still there!
      Interested in learning
    • LEARN GAELIC: Online courses with audio pronunciation - beginners to intermediate.
      Gaelic class | Website | Twitter
    • Debra Straub-Tazz: Always felt strong connection to my Gaelic heritage. I want to reclaim that heritage for future generations of my family.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • ROCKY MOUNTAIN GAELIC CULTURE SOCIETY : SUPPORTING GAELIC LANGUAGE and CULTURE THROUGH EVENTS and RESOURCES IN US AND GAELS IN SCOTLAND
      Gaelic group | Twitter
    • Comann Gàidhlig Krasnodar: Ionnsaichibh Gàidhlig còmhla ri Comann Gàidhlig Krasnodar! Tha sinne ann an Krasnodar, An Scithia, seann dhachaidh nan Gaidheal.
      Gaelic group | Facebook
    • Comann Gàidhlig Krasnodar: Ionnsaichibh Gàidhlig còmhla ri Comann Gàidhlig Krasnodar! Tha sinne ann an Krasnodar, An Scithia, seann dhachaidh nan Gaidheal.
      Gaelic group | Facebook
    • Fèis Dhùn Breatainn an Iar: Tuesday class for beginners and post-beginners. Wednesday for Advanced students
      Gaelic class | Website
    • Muriel Fisher: Learn Gaelic from a Native Speaker on Skype or here at the University of Arizona.
      Gaelic class | Website
    • Stephen Hart Dyke: Tha a' Ghàidhlig agam.
      Fluent speaker
    • "Talyn" Christopher Strum: Slow learner but love what comes with each new comprehension of the culture.
      Currently learning
    • Heidi Schluntz: 9 Jackman Rd
      Interested in learning
    • Gilly Diviani: Rugadh mi ann an Lag a' mhuilinn
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Stuart: Tha gaol agam air Gàidhlig na h-Alba a chionn s gur e cànan dìreach àlainn a tha ann
      Currently learning
    • Regine: 'S e cànan às fheàrr leam a th' anns a' Ghàidhlig agus gabhaidh mi tlachd às.
      Currently learning
    • Jonathan Dembling: Formerly fluent, currently rusty!
      Fluent speaker
    • J N Pretty On Top: Currently no brain due to Lyme Disease, but when I get my brain back Gaelic is one of the languages I plan to learn.
      Interested in learning
    • A Bheil Gàidhlig Agad?: Tha mise fileanta fad còrr is fichead bliadhna, agus a-nis tha mi a' feuchainn ri Gàidhlig na h-Éireann ionnsachadh cuideachd.
      Fluent speaker | Website
    • Baile nan Gàidheal | Highland Village : Baile nan Gàidheal is a living history museum and Gaelic folk life centre focused on the heritage, culture and identity of Nova Scotia Gaels
      Gaelic group | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Eren Sinclair: Have learned some Gaelic and would like to improve. Not many Gaelic speakers around here so a little practice would be good
      Currently learning
    • Beginners Gaelic: North Lanarkshire Council classes, please go on to our website or facebook to find out more.
      Gaelic class | Website | Facebook
    • Beginners Gaelic : North Lanarkshire Gaelic Class, please go on to our website or Facebook to find out more
      Gaelic class | Website | Facebook
    • Molly McIntosh: I'm learning in order to hecome a Gaelic Medium Educator for primary age children
      Interested in learning
    • Emilio Ferrero: I am interested in learning Scottish Gaelic
      Interested in learning
    • Lachlan Mackenzie: I'm a bit of a lapsed learner, but still very interested.
      Currently learning | Website
    • Meg Hyland: Intermediate Gaelic speaker! 🙂
      Currently learning
    • Sgoil Ghàidhlig Bhaile an Taigh Mhóir: We offer a variety of online and face-to-face learning opportunities and céilidhean aimed at building Gaelic community.
      Gaelic group | Website | Facebook
    • Largs Gaelic Choir: Anyone from 16 is welcome to come and sing with us very friendly.
      Gaelic group | Website
    • Terry Graham: Mo anim dom is Terry,I live in Dorset,I would love to learn Gaelic with someone who speaks it
      Interested in learning
    • Terry Graham: Mo anim dom is Terry,I live in Dorset,I would love to learn Gaelic with someone who speaks it
      Interested in learning
    • Jo: Tá mé ag foghlaim Gaeilge.
      Currently learning
    • Cornelis Krottje: Did a year-long university course in 2002-2003 (rather written and grammar-based), but am very poor in terms of spoken fluency!
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Alan Cameron: Dèan cainnt rium air Twitter! @camac002
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Maureen Morris: An Cailleach Casta
      Currently learning
    • Robb Love: Started teaching myself with apps and online notes
      Currently learning
    • NETA STAMPS: Would like to be able to understand at least some Gaelic when I return to Scotland next year.
      Interested in learning
    • Jenny Walker: I am learning via an online app. I am not spending huge amounts of time regularly, more like bursts! Enjoying it though.
      Currently learning
    • Lauren Sharpe: Took a short course at SMO and have acquired a lot of resources and materials, but don't have the opportunity to use it and have lost some.
      Currently learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Gladys Shirey: Looking to learn garlic.
      Interested in learning
    • Shiloh: Gaeilge í gconaí
      Currently learning
    • Deborah Greymoon: Would love to find an online, community or downloadable Gaelic class.
      Interested in learning
    • Tom Browne: Dia duit !!
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • John MacArthur: Co as a' tha thu?
      Interested in learning
    • Peep: Is mise Peep
      Currently learning
    • Marly Macfarlane: Would very much learn Scots Gaelic.
      Interested in learning |
    • Meg Galbreath: Would love to meet with other Gaelic learners.
      Currently learning
    • Gaidhealtachd Calgarraidh: Every level of learner and speaker is welcome!
      Gaelic group | Website
    • David Wood: Learning/speaking for over a decade. Happy to help others or be helped. Also a singer of ziti she traditional songs - in English/Gaeilge
      Currently learning
    • Judith Baumgartner: Just started to learn!
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Na h-Eileanaich - The Islanders: Gàidhlig singing sessions at irregular intervals! Come sing with us!
      Currently learning
    • Jacob: Would like to start learning. #clanRoss decedent
      Interested in learning
    • Jeff Durham : Currently learning bits and pieces
      Currently learning
    • Eric Yarnell: Everyone in the area check out slighe.com for classes and community in Seattle
      Currently learning | Website
    • J. Brubaker: I would really like to find someone in my area to teach a class!
      Interested in learning
    • Richard Philip Dratz: Attend Gaelic immersion at Grandfather Mountain (ACGA) at McCrea College.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Helen Aylward: I am a newbie learner who just moved to Ireland in order to study the language and the culture.
      Currently learning
    • John Henderson: Fáilte, a chairde!
      Currently learning
    • Gerald : Proud of my Irish heritage and love the language!
      Currently learning
    • Kathryn : Learning Gaelic because I want to keep Ireland's native language alive
      Interested in learning
    • Myke Eggers: My grandparents were native speakers but it was never taught to my mother. Really would like to learn.
      Interested in learning
    • Buffalo Irish Center: Weekly evening classes in Buffalo, NY.
      Gaelic class | Website | Facebook
    • JR Prospal: Conas atá an craic?
      Currently learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Omniglot: Tá Gaeilge líofa agam. Tha Gaìdhlig agam. Ta Gaelg aym. I speak Irish fluently, and Manx and Scottish Gaelic fairly well.
      Fluent speaker | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Marcas Ó Cribín: Tá roinnt Éireannaigh anseo le Gaeilge acu!
      Fluent speaker
    • Laurie R: I have a meet up group that lets us learn together.
      Currently learning
    • Andrew O'Connor: Tá mé ag foghlaim Gaeilge.
      Currently learning
    • Diego: Currently learning this wonderful language.
      Currently learning
    • Loic Cheveau: Tha Gàidhlig agam. Tha mi a' fuireach ann am baile beag ann an département a' Mhorbihan, anns a' Bhreatainn Bhig.
      Fluent speaker
    • Seán Ó Ceallaigh: Bím ag foghlaim Gaeilge. Rinne me ranganna ar an Idirlíon, agus rinne me dianchúrsa le Daltaí na Gaeilge. Ba mhaith liom a caint libh!
      Currently learning
    • Graham Burgess: I am a GlobalScot living in Gracia, Barcelona. I speak several languages including Scots and Catalan but want to learn Gaelic too!
      Interested in learning
    • Joseph Eisenreich: Been studying for a few years. Got to spend a couple weeks in Glencolmcille. Getting rather poor at speaking due to lack of availability of.
      Currently learning
    • Aedan Hughes: Science Computing Student, always trying to make the world a better place.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Wendi Robinson: I am interested in learning gaelic
      Interested in learning
    • Donna: I've been learning in and off for about at least 10 years.
      Currently learning
    • Charlie Tizzard Ó Kevlahan: Student learning in Guildford
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • John Priest: Friendly tutor of Scottish and Irish Gaelic worldwide, on Skype, Facebook Messenger, etc.
      Gaelic class | Facebook
    • Éarnán Ónéill: Acht Gaeilge anois !!!!!! Keep learning everybody, we'll get there in the end!!!.
      Currently learning
    • Kathryn : Learning Gaelic because I want to keep Ireland's native language alive
      Interested in learning
    • Johan Sandberg McGuinne: Grew up with a mix of Gaelic, Swedish, South Saami and English. Used to be fluent, but have forgotten a lot.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Sabrina: I am enjoying learning this even if I haven't gotten very far.
      Currently learning
    • Benek (silmeth): Táim ag foghlaim Ghaelainn na Mumhan, agus léim uaireanta fé Ghaelainn na hAlban.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Finnyfall: Gaidhlig agus Gaeilge agam.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Maurice Teglia: 1/2 scottish is better than none...
      Interested in learning
    • Kenneth Ray: Studying on my own, would enjoy getting together with others
      Currently learning
    • Jana: Dia dhuit, I want to learn Gaeilge (Irish) and I would love to get in touch with others who are interested as I am. Slán
      Interested in learning
    • Guto Rhys: Looking for a fluent speaker
      Currently learning
    • Андрей: I speak Irish Gaelic and some Welsh, and am interested in Scottish Gaelic and all the other Celtic languages.
      Interested in learning
    • James: Scotch descendant from Scotch settlement of Kemper County Mississippi. Getting to know my roots.
      Currently learning
    • Kevin Shaw: Would love to find a tutor in my area!
      Interested in learning
    • Philip Lakin: Of Scottish descent
      Interested in learning |
    • Joyce: Love Scotland
      Interested in learning
    • Katherine Buchanan: Buchanan Clan
      Interested in learning
    • Rachael Calhoun: I would love to learn the language of my ancestors!
      Interested in learning
    • Lomonosov Moscow State University, Foreign Languages and Area Studies building: Lectures in Celtic studies and Scottish Gaelic for the students of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Area Studies
      Gaelic class | Website
    • New York Caledonian Club: Fall and spring classes offered in Beginning Scottish Gaelic grammar and conversation, as well as an intermediate Reading Gaelic class.
      Gaelic class | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Julie Umpherson: Currently learning Gaelic in a distance learning class through Sabhal Mòr Ostaig.
      Currently learning
    • Traci: Looking for interested learners in the Greater STL area!
      Currently learning
    • Jennie Lynne Rennie: My Grandfather, David Horne Rennie, used to speak Gaelic to me, I so wish I had taken the time to learn.
      Interested in learning
    • Shannon Duncan : Singers and instrumentalists are a plus
      Currently learning
    • Seumas Mac a’ Mhuilier: Tha mi an seo!
      Currently learning
    • Helensburgh Gaelic Club: Multi level Gaelic group very informal Supported by funding from Bòrd na Ghàidhlig Contact Alasdair MacCuish 01389841580 for further detail
      Gaelic class
    • Barbara L. Rice: I began learning Gaelic in 2012, and am still going at it.
      Currently learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Marie Ballentine Shafer: Halò Sassenach!
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Paula Menzies Cameron: Interested in learning
      Interested in learning
    • Gary Humphries: Anyone close help is welcomed ...
      Currently learning
    • Gàidhlig Photomac: A community of Gaelic learners open to all. We host a variety of Gàidhlig-oriented events, including song workshops and language days.
      Gaelic group | Facebook
    • Liam Ó Caiside: Fluent learner, co-leader of Gàidhlig Photomac Gàidhlig Learning Community.
      Fluent speaker
    • Kevin Offord: I am looking to learn Gaelic.
      Interested in learning
    • Alyson L. McSweeny: Would LOVE to learn Scotish Gaelic
      Interested in learning
    • Heather W: I've always wanted to learn the language of my ancesters!
      Interested in learning
    • Siùsaidh Nic a' Mhaoilean Cahans: Tha an Murlaggan seo.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Steve Cain: I want to learn the language of my ancestors.
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Jen (Seònaid) Schoonover: I usually show up at Gaelic Club, every 3rd Sunday of the month, at the Canadian American Club in Watertown to sing some Gaelic songs.
      Currently learning | Website
    • Mark Kenneth: Born in Dundee - played accordion on stage with Scottish shows with Gaelic singers and speakers. Always interested in the language.
      Interested in learning
    • Sasha: Working on a project on Gaelic outside of Scotland - feel free to email me. luddite.sasha at gmail.com. Beginners to fluent speakers.
      Currently learning | Website
    • Scarlett Mullikin: Love to meet others
      Currently learning
    • Kathy Jones: I would love to learn some Gaelic! I've always been curious about the language.
      Interested in learning
    • Karen Harter : This is the one language that I have really wanted to learn.
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Catrìona: Not sure about rolling R's but would love to try it....
      Interested in learning
    • Sharon Grow: Wish I had listened/learned from my great-grandfather.
      Interested in learning
    • Leslie Blair Gallagher: I mostly see the Gaelic written, would love to know the correct pronuciations.
      Interested in learning
    • ScotsPipers: Have always wanted to learn Scots Gaelic. I play and teach the Highland Pipes in Surrey, Kent and London, so do not have much spare time, to learn.
      Interested in learning | Facebook
    • John Seever: My family clan is Sandilands, and I want to learn Scottish and understsnd it.
      Interested in learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • St. Patrick's Battalion Pipes and Drums: Piper in Mexico learning Gaelic
      Interested in learning | Website | Twitter
    • Cailean is Brìghde: Tha Gàidhlig againn!
      Fluent speaker
    • Cailean Dòmhnullach: Tha Gàidhlig again a' seo!
      Fluent speaker
    • Colaisde na Gàidhlig : We are a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, promoting, and perpetuating the Scottish Gaelic language and culture.
      Gaelic college | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Pius maclean : Autocorrect Is a pain for writing Gaelic!
      Interested in learning
    • Larry Scott: Screaming up on 64 in a few days. I'd like to know more about my Scottish Ancestors.
      Interested in learning
    • Vince Nakovics: Grandparents were from Scotland - It would be nice to know a phrase or two.
      Interested in learning | Facebook

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