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Discover more about Gaelic language and culture

Updated Friday, 26th August 2011

Our free course extract is a great entry point into the modern culture of this historic language.

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Modern Scotland is a multi-lingual country. Gaelic, Scots and English, along with newer introductions from Europe and beyond, all influence the way Scotland’s people now speak to each other and to the rest of the world. Find out how a historic language has claimed its place at the heart of modern Scottish nationhood.

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