You realise that posting a question about Scottish Gaelic in the Scots forum is about as smart as posting a question about German in the Spanish forum?
Scots = a Germanic language, very closely related to English, actually so close that it's often seen as a (group of) dialect(s) of it.
Scottish Gaelic = A Celtic language, belonging to another branch of the Indo European languages than English, and therefore quite different from it.
Edit: spelling something phonetically in English is impossible, first of all it doesn't have all sounds that Gaelic has, and on top of that it probably has one of the least
phonemic orthographies there is in the Latin alphabet
You could however learn some IPA and get a much better idea of how things are pronounced. Here's the Wikipedia article on it, enough to learn the basics http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPA
read fluently, understand well, speak badly;
read fluently, understand badly, can't speak;
read some, understand a bit, speak a few sentences;
heritage language, want to understand and speak but can't.