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    Not sure what's in it, but there is a graphic novel in gaidhlig:



    It's also available in English and Scots.

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    I have both versions. Only started to use the a little as Iím still working to understand proper pronunciation; so audio is helping most right now, but the graphic novel will help with more common phrasing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Damion View Post
    Not sure what's in it, but there is a graphic novel in gaidhlig:



    It's also available in English and Scots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by javankrona View Post
    I have both versions. Only started to use the a little as Iím still working to understand proper pronunciation; so audio is helping most right now, but the graphic novel will help with more common phrasing.
    I've been searching the net for Information about the Island of Tiree, But I came across the National Library of Scotland which has a film and audio Library. there are many clips of pieces over the last 100 years . which often contain Gaidhlig both spoken and sung.
    Heres the bit I'm looking at at the moment..

    https://movingimage.nls.uk/film/2696...arch_fuzzy=yes
    "We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give"
    Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill

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