Alluns wrote:Ceid Donn,
No I haven't checked twitter much. Thanks for that hint. I am also studying Irish. Are there many people around you learning Gàidhlig? I would love to try to delve a little into it once I improve my Irish.
księżycowy wrote:But, that being said, at this point I would rather resume my Irish studies before delving into a new Celtic language.
kevin wrote:If it helps you with the decision, and just to confirm your tendency, I would very much prefer if you brought some life to the Irish threads...
Ciarán12 wrote:We could all do a bit more to bring them back to life. I'll get thinking about ideas for threads..
kevin wrote:Ciarán12 wrote:We could all do a bit more to bring them back to life. I'll get thinking about ideas for threads..
Is í an fhadhb (í ná) go bhfuil scríobh na Gaeilge an-mhall dom. Mar sin is fearr liom léamh.
Alluns wrote:I'm tempted/possessed to learn or study them all of the Celtic languages to some degree. I have just picked up a small little book "Breton Grammar" an English translation from a French book by Roparz Hemon. I am interested to see how similar Breton is to Cornish. I am definitely interested in the KDL correspondence course, although most of my other resources I have been using are in SWF or KS orthography. I've never encountered anything quite else like the orthography quarrel with Cornish. I dont know if I even still really understand it.
I hate decisions. Just do both
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