Welcome to the Cille Conval Gaelic Partnership Gaelic lessons.

The Lessons in this page starting at Lesson 26 are considered at Post Beginner level
and equivalent to the start of Speaking our Language Series 2.

Click on one of the following lessons.

Last Updated 24th July 2010.

  • Gaelic Lesson 26     To describe someone's appearance and to ask if you know them.
  • Gaelic Lesson 27     To describe attributes of people or things - Remembering someone - asking opinions
  • Gaelic Lesson 28     To ask what someone is doing - Scenario using recent lessons
  • Gaelic Lesson 29     To find out where someone is going and what they are doing and how to reply
  • Gaelic Lesson 30     To say what kind of things you are doing on your day off.
  • Gaelic Lesson 31     Understanding sentence construction by using substitute phrases.
  • Gaelic Lesson 32     To describe how you are feeling.
  • Gaelic Lesson 33     Converting verbs to the past tense
  • Gaelic Lesson 34     More usage of past tense in everyday situations
  • Gaelic Lesson 35     Profiles of famous Gaels.
  • Gaelic Lesson 36     Discussing everyday activities and Personal Profiles.
  • Gaelic Lesson 37     Discussing going to work and arriving and more Gaelic Profiles.
  • Gaelic Lesson 38     Asking what someone usually does in the evening and discussing hobbies.
  • Gaelic Lesson 39     Asking and permitting or refusing permission to do something.
  • Gaelic Lesson 40     Asking to speak to someone and giving permission or not.
  • Gaelic Lesson 41     Asking if and when someone is available and when you will meet.
  • Gaelic Lesson 42     Asking if someone is hungry or thirsty and asking what they will have.
  • Gaelic Lesson 43     Asking what someone will have and saying you have had enough.
  • Gaelic Lesson 44     In a restaurant ordering food from a menu.
  • Gaelic Lesson 45     Saying what must be done and what you don't need to do.
  • Gaelic Lesson 46     Saying what must be taken with you and going on holidays.
  • Gaelic Lesson 47     Asking for and telling directions on your left or right.
  • Gaelic Lesson 48     Asking how you get to a place. Destinations and Mode of Travel.
  • Gaelic Lesson 49     Working out directions and asking about holidays.
  • Gaelic Lesson 50     Discussing when your going somewhere and for how long.
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