Sunday, February 01, 2009

Gaelic community on-line, Coimhearsnachd Ghàidhlig air loidhne

The Gurn knows that one or two of the town's native speakers and learners of Gaelic pop in sometimes. Recently the Gurn wrote an article about the new portal planned by Bòrd na Gàidhlig, well here's a wee list of the places on-line you can get a bit of interactive craic and help learning etc.
By the way, if anyone is interested in learning Gaelic in Nairn or setting up a conversational group please contact the gurn via the e-mail in the sidebar.
AbairThusa - A Gaelic social network
Fòram na Gàidhlig - A Gaelic learner's forum
GaelCast - A Gaelic podcast
Gaelic Online - A portal, collecting links and news relating to Scottish Gaelic (Gaidhlig)
Gàidhlig-A List - Mailing list for conversing in Gaelic
Gàidhlig-B List - Mailing List for Gaelic Learners
Iomairtean Gàidhlig - Info, news and thought about Gaelic development, Gaelic groups, and the Gaelic development group Fàs
Schottisch-Gälisch - A Gaelic learner's forum for German speakers, run by
Seòmar Còmhraidh - A chat room for conversing in Gaelic
Tìr nam Blòg - A Gaelic blogger community

1 comment:

dr-grigor said...

King James VI of Scotland, when he travelled to London to become King of England, boasted that in his kingdom he had a town whose only street was so long that the people living at one end could not understand the language of those at the other. He was speaking of Nairn, formerly split into Scottish Gaelic- and Scots-speaking communities.