For many, contemporary Scottish Gaelic treats both grammatically masculine and feminine words the same in the dative case. Some maintain the use of slenderization in the feminine dative, and I have researched this topic using a number of source materials. This post reveals the results of my research. Read More…
In this post, I go through all the sources I have, looking for rules, categories, and techniques that could help learners determine the gender of a noun in Scottish Gaelic. Read More…
14/12/18 16:29 Filed in: Gaelic
Today I refreshed all my Beginning Gaelic handouts and the Beginning Gaelic pages on the website! Also, I created the 2019 Gaelic Calendar, for those who want to practice their months, days, seasons, holidays, and ordinal numbers. There is no excuse not to know them now!
Over the years, I've taken a number of online courses that might be of interest to people who visit my website. They cost varying amounts, and start at various times. The next start date is usually listed on their websites.
Here are links to them:
University of Oxford Continuing Education
- Irish Lives in War and Revolution (Trinity College Dublin)
- Hadrian's Wall: Life on the Roman Frontier (Newcastle University)
- Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jocobites (University of Edinburgh)
- Irish (Language) 101 (Dublin City University)
14/10/18 11:49 Filed in: Museology
I started a certificate program in Museum Studies from the University of Washington Department of Continuing Education. I've created a list for museums for King County as I couldn't find a complete one elsewhere. Always visit the museum website for the latest information on closings. Information current as of 10/14/2018. Read More…