Fàilte gu Ceumannan 3 air-loidhne
Welcome to Ceumannan 3 on-line
Seo an làrach-lìn airson an treasaimh leabhair ann an cùrsa do luchd-ionnsachaidh na Gàidhlig san àrd-sgoil.
Tha an cùrsa stèidhichte air a’ Churraicealam airson Sàr-mhathais. Gheibhear obair leudachaidh agus fiosrachadh eile mun chùrsa air an làrach-lìn seo.
This is the website for the third book in a course for Gaelic learners in secondary school. The course is designed around Curriculum for Excellence. Listening extracts, extension work and other information can be found on this website.
Grab your Ceumannan 3 book and learn some more Gaelic using the sound files on this site! You can find lots of new words on the Faclair Mòr pages or sing a song at Siuthad Gabh òran! (If you want to learn but don’t have the book, don’t worry – if you look to the right on this page you will see some files to download. There are more on the Oisean an tidseir page.)
Here are some topics from the book…
- Say someone will do something, say someone will not do something, ask if someone will do something
- Ask if someone will do something using irregular verbs
- Name some countries in Gaelic
- Describe the weather, make comparisons, use compass points
- Name some rooms/areas around the house…
- Name some places in town, ask for directions and give directions
Visit the Modalan pages to learn all that and lots more!
Stick with Gaelic! Bilingualism has benefits…
If you have any doubts about learning Gaelic, there are lots of recent studies which show that being bilingual has benefits. You might want to tell your friends this. It’s definitely COOL to have Gaelic!
This section has some links to sites which you may find useful:
If they don’t have it already, encourage your parents to learn Gaelic:
Have fun and get creative! Some of the best fun you can have is with Fèisean nan Gàidheal. Youth music, cèilidh trails, drama, Gaelic Learning, Fèisgoil, and lots more! Go to their website to find a Fèis or event near you…
Do you have a little brother or sister? Tell your Mum or Dad about www.gaelic4parents.com