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Hugaday huffanaf Gowser finnyfar harr basebaw bat yarsak ooh ferbanah Jack Hamilton erry ferry cah oucch !

We're featured on the Gaelic channel tonight at 11:30pm. You can watch it on the BBC Player. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000jyg8/sporssport-series-1-14-dundee-fc Most of us w

I think as youngsters we all fancied learning it but if you're going to learn a new language you might as well learn one that's useful. Gaelic wasn't spoken in the Lowlands for a long time, its all be

1 hour ago, Cobra said:

We're featured on the Gaelic channel tonight at 11:30pm.

You can watch it on the BBC Player.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000jyg8/sporssport-series-1-14-dundee-fc

Most of us willnae ken Gaelic but some interesting stuff from Cammy. 

Hugaday huffanaf Gowser finnyfar harr basebaw bat yarsak ooh ferbanah Jack Hamilton erry ferry cah oucch !

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21 minutes ago, chomp my root said:

Hugaday huffanaf Gowser finnyfar harr basebaw bat yarsak ooh ferbanah Jack Hamilton erry ferry cah oucch !

I actually wanted to learn Gaelic as a kid but my Tory parents weren't having it.  I think it conflicted with their worldview somehow.

My Dundee-daft grandad was a rampant socialist who could do no wrong in my eyes, and that probably colours my judgement to this day.

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33 minutes ago, Cobra said:

I actually wanted to learn Gaelic as a kid but my Tory parents weren't having it.  I think it conflicted with their worldview somehow.

My Dundee-daft grandad was a rampant socialist who could do no wrong in my eyes, and that probably colours my judgement to this day.

I think as youngsters we all fancied learning it but if you're going to learn a new language you might as well learn one that's useful. Gaelic wasn't spoken in the Lowlands for a long time, its all been romanticised. There's more Polish speakers in Scotland than Gaelic ones.

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13 minutes ago, chomp my root said:

I think as youngsters we all fancied learning it but if you're going to learn a new language you might as well learn one that's useful. Gaelic wasn't spoken in the Lowlands for a long time, its all been romanticised. There's more Polish speakers in Scotland than Gaelic ones.

Knowledge of Gaelic has turned out to be  a huge career boost in the politically-correct world. In my industry (media) anyway.

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