Coming to Scotland to improve your Gaelic? Magaidh is a native speaking, Gaelic tutor in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland with many year’s experience.
Gaelic Hebrides offers online, one to one learning sessions, tailored to your needs. Do you lack confidence in speaking Gaelic, unsure about something? Let’s practice Gaelic for your everyday scenarios on Zoom. An opportunity to ask those questions, to enable your conversational phrases to flow.
Gaelic Hebrides is one to one learning sessions tailored to suit the learner’s ambitions. Follow Gaelic Hebrides on Facebook to find out more
Magaidh a native speaker, lives in the Isle of Lewis, Scotland and if you are travelling to Scotland accommodation at her Westend Achmore Bed and Breakfast, can be included. Number of tuition hours are negotiable, depending on your own learning aspirations. Gaelic tuition sessions at Westend are available from October to April. www.gaelichebrides.com
Magaidh, an oral historian will give you an insight into island heritage and traditions, whilst supporting you to extend your Gaelic vocabulary through conversation, songs and stories.
Westend Achmore is an ideal base for exploring the glorious Isle of Lewis and Harris landscape. Situated within ten minutes travelling time from the port of Stornoway and ten minutes travelling time to the ancient Neolithic site at Callanish.
Here is a blog by Andrew a Gaelic Learner , who came to the Isle of Lewis Scotland, to extend his vocabulary and practice speaking Gaelic with islanders. Interesting observations on his trip to the island and his stay at Westend Bed and Breakfast Achmore.
I began learning Gaelic with the Scottish Society of Victoria. I wanted to hear Gaelic spoken in everyday situations, so I went to the Isle of Lewis . Meeting Magaidh was a real turning point in my learning journey. She introduced me to people and to island life, church and ceilidhs. This gave more purpose to my learning and made it relevant. Moran taing
Siùsaidh à Astralia.