Beginner Conversation Course:
Greetings and Introductions
Likes and Dislikes
Obtaining services in a restaurant
Obtaining services in a shop
Hobbies and pastimes
Giving descriptions and
discussing health issues
"If somebody wants to learn Scottish Gaelic without previous knowledge, they should start with the beginner course. These are short lessons, each easy to learn in one week. The lessons are based on each other. After the course you have basic vocabulary to use. To have lessons with Ann is a great fun because she is a very good teacher. Many thanks to her!!!
I can really recommend this course."
Birgit Scheschina, Berlin
"I have just completed the Beginners' module and, thanks to Anna’s skill at explaining the idiosyncrasies of Gaelic grammar and pronunciation, not to mention her patience and good nature, I am able to chat about myself in Gaelic quite freely after just 12 weeks. The one-on-one sessions mean you have the teacher’s full attention at all times and can ask endless questions, while being taught via Skype makes it easy to arrange the course around your schedule. I cannot recommend Anna highly enough!"
Prof. Richard C. M. Mole, London
"I've been learning Gaelic with Ann since late summer. I didn't have a single word of Gaelic before starting. Having completed the 12-week Beginner Course, I am amazed at how much I have learned. Ann is fun, flexible, knowledgeable and an absolute pleasure to work with. Thinking about learning? Jump in here you won't regret it"
I would highly recommend any of Ann’s classes. I am registered in the 41 week course, and I have just completed the Beginner course, and now starting the next stage towards greater fluency. The course consists of weekly private lessons with Ann and group sessions with students of roughly the same level of Gaelic skills. The classes are not dry but fun, there is lots of laughter and by Ann’s teaching methods we learn almost by osmosis.
Janice Fairney, PhD