I'm learning Scottish Gaelic but without anyone to talk to and practice with it's tricky. Are there any free sites where I can chat to people in Scottish Gaelic to improve?

NOTE: Free is very preferable if not necessary.

  • When you say "free", does "freemium" count as well? – Anthony Pham Oct 1 '17 at 16:24
  • @AnthomPham it depends really. If it costs money to get started then I would say no – Charlie Oct 1 '17 at 18:24

italki is a resource that lists a few people who are in fluent in Scottish Gaelic. MyLanguageExchange is another online tool to help you connect with other Gaelic learners, and I found more than 20 users on that website learning Gaelic as well. You can also trying using this tool, Conversation Exchange, to find learners.

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  • I'll try these sites, thanks. – Charlie Oct 1 '17 at 15:52

You might be interested in distance-learning courses offered by certain Scottish universities, such as this one and this one.

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You're not going to find a Scottish Gaelic language exchange partner, at least not if your native language is English. Take the time to master reading and listening first, then make a point to visit the Gaelic-speaking areas of Scotland. You can find lots of literature and listening materials online.

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