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  • Scottish Gaelic:  Explained
    Scottish Gaelic: Explained Whilst you’re in Scotland it’s hard not to notice the ancient Gaelic language weaved into everyday life around you and the fascinating culture that stems from it. Gaelic dates back centuries and actually came across the water from Ireland in roughly the 6th century AD, quickly spreading across towns and cities Scotland-wide to later become the mother tongue of the medieval Kingdom of Alba.

    There are hundreds of Scottish place names that carry origins from the Gaelic language. Dundee in the east of Scotland, for example, takes its name from the Gaelic Dùn Dè meaning Tay Fort, and as the city sits on the banks of the River Tay, it’s a very fitting name. Similarly, on the shores of Loch Leven in the Highlands, the village of Ballachulish in Gaelic is Baile a’ Chaolais which translates into ‘the village by the narrows’, and, geographically speaking, this describes the location of Ballachulish perfectly.

    Historically speaking, Gaelic is closely linked with a variety of other Celtic languages, including Welsh, Cornish, Breton, Irish Gaelic and Manx Gaelic, but the cultural element of these languages is what made a lasting impression on the country. There was a range of factors which influenced the suppression of Gaelic over the centuries, such as the Highland Clearances, religious changes, population immigration and emigration, and the increasing presence of the English language amongst Scottish towns and villages.

    Today in Scotland you can lap up the welcoming atmosphere, explore the history and customs of Gaelic music and song at a traditional music festival, join in an energetic ceilidh, marvel at the detailed routines of our Highland dances, and more across Scotland.

    Gaelic is perceived to be a tricky language to pick up and pronounce correctly, and whilst that may be partially true, once you know a few phrases or words, you’re well on your way to communicating with the locals. You may not even realise it, but you already do speak some Gaelic. Whisky is short for Whiskybae, from uisge-beatha, meaning the ‘water of life’. Why not charm local native speakers by learning some useful Gaelic phrases or have a go at exchanging a few pleasantries?

    Wherever you go in Scotland there will always be hints and glimpses of ancient Alba among the modern bustle of our busy lives. Keep your eyes peeled for phrases, join in with the local chatter in the Outer Hebrides, learn a thing or two about the language and take in the historic vibe of ancient Scotland.

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  • Scotland makes push to preserve Gaelic
    Scotland makes push to preserve Gaelic Ethnic cultures and minorities face challenges all over the world, one being the preservation of languages. In this edition of "The Big Picture" we travel to Scotland. CGTN's Kate Parkinson explores the enduring, Celtic dialect of Gaelic.
  • Gàidhlig ann am Pàrlamaid na h-Alba / Gaelic in the Scottish Parliament
    Gàidhlig ann am Pàrlamaid na h-Alba / Gaelic in the Scottish Parliament Tha Pàrlamaid na h-Alba air a gealltanas ri Gàidhlig ath-ùrachadh le foillseachadh a’ Phlana Ghàidhlig ùr aice. Tha am plana a’ cur an cèill mar a bhios Pàrlamaid na h-Alba a’ brosnachadh a’ chànain agus a’ toirt taic dha thairis air an ath chòig bliadhnaichean.

    Air a fhoillseachadh le Buidheann Chorporra Pàrlamaid na h-Alba.

    The Scottish Parliament has renewed its commitment to Gaelic with the publication of its new Gaelic Language plan. The plan sets out how the Scottish Parliament will promote and support the language over the next five years.

    Published by the Scottish Parliament Corporate Body.

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  • 9 Reasons to Learn Scottish Gaelic║Lindsay Does Languages Video
    9 Reasons to Learn Scottish Gaelic║Lindsay Does Languages Video Curious to learn more about Scottish Gaelic? Head over to the blog to learn more: http://www.lindsaydoeslanguages.com/9-reasons-to-learn-scottish-gaelic
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  • The Sound of the Scottish Gaelic Language (UDHR, Numbers, Greetings & Bible Verse)
    The Sound of the Scottish Gaelic Language (UDHR, Numbers, Greetings & Bible Verse) THANKS for 4000 Subs!!! :D

    Scottish Gaelic or Scots Gaelic, sometimes also referred to simply as Gaelic or the Gaelic, is a Celtic language native to the Gaels of Scotland. A member of the Goidelic branch of the Celtic languages, Scottish Gaelic, like Modern Irish and Manx, developed out of Middle Irish. Most of modern Scotland was once Gaelic-speaking, as evidenced especially by Gaelic-language placenames.

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  • How To Say The Seasons In Scottish Gaelic...
    How To Say The Seasons In Scottish Gaelic... Welcome back to my channel, in todays bitesize video we go over how to say the seasons of the year
  • How to say Hello and Goodbye in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 1
    How to say Hello and Goodbye in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 1 Learn Gaelic with One Minute Languages!
    In lesson 1 you will learn to say “hello” and “goodbye” and to greet people at different times of the day. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson.

    hello - hello
    madainn mhath - good morning
    feasgar math - good afternoon / evening
    mar sin leibh - goodbye
    mar sin leibh an-dràsta - bye for now

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  • How to say Please and Thank You in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 2
    How to say Please and Thank You in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 2 Learn Gaelic with One Minute Languages!
    In lesson 2 you will learn some useful words you will use every day when you’re speaking Gaelic. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson.

    madainn mhath dhuibh - good morning to you
    (reply to “madainn mhath”)

    feasgar math dhuibh - good afternoon / evening to you
    (reply to “feasgar math”)

    mas e ur toil e - please
    tapadh leibh - thank you
    agus - and

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  • How to say that you speak Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 3
    How to say that you speak Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 3 Learn Gaelic with One Minute Languages!
    In lesson 3 you will learn to say that you speak a little Gaelic. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson.

    Gàidhlig - Gaelic
    tha Gàidhlig agam - I speak Gaelic
    beagan - a little
    tha beagan Gàidhlig agam - I speak a little Gaelic

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  • How to say I Don't Understand in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 4
    How to say I Don't Understand in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 4 Learn Gaelic with One Minute Languages!
    In lesson 4 you will add to what you learned in lesson 3 about speaking Gaelic and to apologise if you don’t understand something. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson.

    chan eil mi a’ tuigsinn - I don’t understand
    tha mi duilich - I’m sorry
    tha mi duilich, chan eil mi a’ tuigsinn - I’m sorry, I don’t understand

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  • How to say you're learning Gaelic in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 5
    How to say you're learning Gaelic in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 5 Learn Gaelic with One Minute Languages!
    In lesson 5 you will learn to say that you’re learning Gaelic. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson.

    tha mi ag ionnsachadh Gàidhlig - I’m learning Gaelic
    chan eil e furasta - it’s not easy

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  • How to say "my name is..." and ask "what is your name?" in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 6
    How to say "my name is..." and ask "what is your name?" in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic Lesson 6 Learn Gaelic with One Minute Languages!
    In lesson 6 you will learn to introduce yourself and ask other people their names. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson.

    is mise … - my name is …
    dè an t-ainm a th’ ort? - what is your name?
    (informal version)

    dè an t-ainm a th’ oirbh? - what is your name?
    (formal version)

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  • How to say "I'd like to learn more Gaelic" in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic - Lesson 7
    How to say "I'd like to learn more Gaelic" in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic - Lesson 7 Learn Gaelic with One Minute Languages!
    In lesson 7 you will learn to ask people how they are and to make more conversation. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson.

    ciamar a tha sibh? - how are you?
    tha gu math - I’m feeling well
    bu toil leam barrachd Gàidhlig ionnsachadh - I would like to learn more Gaelic

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  • How to count from 1 to 10 in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic - Lesson 8
    How to count from 1 to 10 in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic - Lesson 8 Learn Gaelic with One Minute Languages!
    In lesson 8 you will learn to count from one to ten. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson.

    a h-aon - one
    a dhà - two
    a trì - three
    a ceithir - four
    a còig - five
    a sia - six
    a seachd - seven
    a h-ochd - eight
    a naoi - nine
    a deich - ten

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  • How to ask "how are you?" in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic - Lesson 9
    How to ask "how are you?" in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic - Lesson 9 Learn Gaelic with One Minute Languages!
    In lesson 9 you will learn some more ways to say how you are feeling. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson.

    ciamar a tha thu? - how are you? (informal)
    ciamar a tha sibh? - how are you? (formal)
    tha gu math - I’m feeling well
    chan eil gu math - I’m not feeling well
    tha mi air mo dhòigh - I’m feeling fantastic

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  • How to say "I love you" and "Happy Christmas" in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic - Lesson 10
    How to say "I love you" and "Happy Christmas" in Scots Gaelic - One Minute Gaelic - Lesson 10 Learn Gaelic with One Minute Languages!
    Lesson 10 introduces a number of phrases which will come in useful when speaking with Gaelic-speaking friends. Click "Show More" to see the words and phrases in this lesson.

    slàinte - cheers
    slàinte mhath - good health
    meallaibh ur naidheachd - congratulations
    (can be used to say “happy birthday” or to congratulate someone on a piece of good news or an important event)
    gur math a thèid leibh - good luck
    Nollaig Chrìdheil - Merry Christmas
    bliadhna mhath ùr - Happy New Year
    tha gaol agam ort - I love you

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  • How To Say 'Hello, how are you?' in Scottish Gaelic (With Phonetics)
    How To Say 'Hello, how are you?' in Scottish Gaelic (With Phonetics) In this video I give two examples of how to say 'hello, how are you?' in Scottish Gaelic.

    'Ciamar a tha thu' is the most common example and one that you would hear most often, and 'de do chor' is a more (Isle of Lewis) familiar way of asking hows your form/hows it going.

    There are many more ways to ask so if you would like more examples then please let me know and I would be happy to film those.


    Apologies it is a little blurry. I may redo this!

    I was born in the Western Isles but grew up in Aberdeen so I have an East/West coast Gaelic language hybrid going on. Dialects are a thing, even in Gaelic.

    I have decided to start a new section to my channel which will focus on learning Scottish Gaelic (with phonetics) to help you with the Scottish Gaelic pronunciation as there are a lot of silent letters which can trip people up when learning.

    I would love to help anyone looking to learn some Scottish Gaelic and hope this will be a welcome addition to the Gaelic/Gaidhlig videos already out there!



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  • How To Say The Months Of The Year In Scottish Gaelic (With Phonetics)
    How To Say The Months Of The Year In Scottish Gaelic (With Phonetics) How To Say The Months Of The Year In Scottish Gaelic (With Phonetics)

    January - Am Faoilleach
    February - An Gearran
    March - Am Màrt
    April - An Giblean
    May - An Cèitean
    June - : An t-Ògmhios
    July - An t-Iuchar
    August - An Lùnastal
    September - An t-Sultain
    October - An Dàmhair
    November - An t-Samhain
    December - An Dùbhlachd

    I hope this video helps you with your learning of how to say the months of the year in Scottish Gaelic.

    It has been a long, long time since I read the months out in one lot so it has been a nice but much needed reminder for me also!

    I really hope that these phonetics (which I have based on sound rather than the reading of the words) help you.

    Remember that Scottish Gaelic uses a lot of sounds that you may not be familiar with and that different dialects may say words differently.

    Enjoy it! I’m so happy that so many of you are interested in Scottish Gaelic, this language that I love and I want this to be a fun experience.






    #scottish #gaelic #languages





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  • How To Say The Days Of The Week In Scottish Gaelic (With Phonetics)
    How To Say The Days Of The Week In Scottish Gaelic (With Phonetics) How To Say The Days Of The Week In Scottish Gaelic

    Diluain
    Dimàirt
    Diciadain
    Diardaoin
    Dihaoine
    Disathairne
    Didòmhnaich/Là na Sàbaid


    I am thrilled that so many people want to learn more about Scottish Gaelic and I hope to help you with your Gaelic pronunciation by providing bitesize videos of Scottish Gaelic for beginners.

    This is not about being perfect (yet), as there are many sounds made in Scottish Gaelic that aren't used in other languages so I want to make this a fun and inclusive opportunity to shine some light on the language and help you with your learning.

    Please feel free to leave suggestions for future videos as I would love to encourage more people to learn!


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  • How To Say The Colours In Scottish Gaelic (With Phonetics)
    How To Say The Colours In Scottish Gaelic (With Phonetics) How To Say The Colours In Scottish Gaelic (With Phonetics)

    Welcome back to my channel, today I listened to the comments in my last video and decided to do colours!

    The Scottish Gaelic word for colours

    Dath - Dah
    Dathan - Da-hin (plural)







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  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 1: Sassenach | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 1: Sassenach | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander.

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    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 2: Craigh na Dun | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander.

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    Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

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  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 3: Mo Nighean Donn | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 3: Mo Nighean Donn | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander.

    DISCLAIMER: The Speak Outlander series features fictional placenames from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as well as some Lowland Scots terms and therefore not all videos contain traditional Scottish Gaelic words and phrases.

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    Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

    Outlander will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

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    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 3: Mo Nighean Donn | STARZ
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  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 4: Laoghaire and Geillis | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 4: Laoghaire and Geillis | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander.

    DISCLAIMER: The Speak Outlander series features fictional placenames from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as well as some Lowland Scots terms and therefore not all videos contain traditional Scottish Gaelic words and phrases.

    FIOS: 'S e cuid de na th' anns an t-sreath Speak Outlander ainmean-àite à na h-ùr-sgeultan Outlander le Diana Gabaldon 's gnàthasan-cainnte Bheurla-Ghallda 's mar sin, chan eil na faclan 's na h-abairtean uile a' buntainn do Ghàidhlig na h-Alba air fad.

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    Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

    Outlander will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

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    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 4: Laoghaire and Geillis | STARZ
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  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 5: Colum and Dougal | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 5: Colum and Dougal | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander.

    DISCLAIMER: The Speak Outlander series features fictional placenames from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as well as some Lowland Scots terms and therefore not all videos contain traditional Scottish Gaelic words and phrases.

    FIOS: 'S e cuid de na th' anns an t-sreath Speak Outlander ainmean-àite à na h-ùr-sgeultan Outlander le Diana Gabaldon 's gnàthasan-cainnte Bheurla-Ghallda 's mar sin, chan eil na faclan 's na h-abairtean uile a' buntainn do Ghàidhlig na h-Alba air fad.

    Watch Outlander now on the STARZ app: http://starz.tv/1N5Gf0m

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    Like Outlander on Facebook:http://starz.tv/OutlanderFacebookYT
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    Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

    Outlander will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

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    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 5: Colum and Dougal | STARZ
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  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 6: Rhenish | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 6: Rhenish | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander.

    Outlander comes to STARZ Saturday, August 9 at 9pm in the US and will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

    DISCLAIMER: The Speak Outlander series features fictional placenames from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as well as some Lowland Scots terms and therefore not all videos contain traditional Scottish Gaelic words and phrases.

    FIOS: 'S e cuid de na th' anns an t-sreath Speak Outlander ainmean-àite à na h-ùr-sgeultan Outlander le Diana Gabaldon 's gnàthasan-cainnte Bheurla-Ghallda 's mar sin, chan eil na faclan 's na h-abairtean uile a' buntainn do Ghàidhlig na h-Alba air fad.

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    Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

    Outlander will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

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    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 6: Rhenish | STARZ
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  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 7: Je Suis Prest | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 7: Je Suis Prest | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander.

    DISCLAIMER: The Speak Outlander series features fictional placenames from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as well as some Lowland Scots terms and therefore not all videos contain traditional Scottish Gaelic words and phrases.

    FIOS: 'S e cuid de na th' anns an t-sreath Speak Outlander ainmean-àite à na h-ùr-sgeultan Outlander le Diana Gabaldon 's gnàthasan-cainnte Bheurla-Ghallda 's mar sin, chan eil na faclan 's na h-abairtean uile a' buntainn do Ghàidhlig na h-Alba air fad.

    Watch Outlander now on the STARZ app: http://starz.tv/1N5Gf0m

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    Like Outlander on Facebook:http://starz.tv/OutlanderFacebookYT
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    Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

    Outlander will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

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    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 7: Je Suis Prest | STARZ
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  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 8: Castle Leoch | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 8: Castle Leoch | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander.

    DISCLAIMER: The Speak Outlander series features fictional placenames from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as well as some Lowland Scots terms and therefore not all videos contain traditional Scottish Gaelic words and phrases.

    FIOS: 'S e cuid de na th' anns an t-sreath Speak Outlander ainmean-àite à na h-ùr-sgeultan Outlander le Diana Gabaldon 's gnàthasan-cainnte Bheurla-Ghallda 's mar sin, chan eil na faclan 's na h-abairtean uile a' buntainn do Ghàidhlig na h-Alba air fad.

    Watch Outlander now on the STARZ app: http://starz.tv/1N5Gf0m

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    Like Outlander on Facebook:http://starz.tv/OutlanderFacebookYT
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    Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

    Outlander will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

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    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 8: Castle Leoch | STARZ
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  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 9: Tùlach Àrd | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 9: Tùlach Àrd | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander.

    Outlander comes to STARZ Saturday, August 9 at 9pm in the US and will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

    DISCLAIMER: The Speak Outlander series features fictional placenames from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as well as some Lowland Scots terms and therefore not all videos contain traditional Scottish Gaelic words and phrases.

    FIOS: 'S e cuid de na th' anns an t-sreath Speak Outlander ainmean-àite à na h-ùr-sgeultan Outlander le Diana Gabaldon 's gnàthasan-cainnte Bheurla-Ghallda 's mar sin, chan eil na faclan 's na h-abairtean uile a' buntainn do Ghàidhlig na h-Alba air fad.

    Watch Outlander now on the STARZ app: http://starz.tv/1N5Gf0m

    Subscribe now for more Outlander clips: http://bit.ly/1kalhP0

    Like Outlander on Facebook:http://starz.tv/OutlanderFacebookYT
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    Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

    Outlander will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

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    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 9: Tùlach Àrd | STARZ
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  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 10: Dinna Fash | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 10: Dinna Fash | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander.

    DISCLAIMER: The Speak Outlander series features fictional placenames from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as well as some Lowland Scots terms and therefore not all videos contain traditional Scottish Gaelic words and phrases.

    FIOS: 'S e cuid de na th' anns an t-sreath Speak Outlander ainmean-àite à na h-ùr-sgeultan Outlander le Diana Gabaldon 's gnàthasan-cainnte Bheurla-Ghallda 's mar sin, chan eil na faclan 's na h-abairtean uile a' buntainn do Ghàidhlig na h-Alba air fad.

    Watch Outlander now on the STARZ app: http://starz.tv/1N5Gf0m

    Subscribe now for more Outlander clips: http://bit.ly/1kalhP0

    Like Outlander on Facebook:http://starz.tv/OutlanderFacebookYT
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    Outlander follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.

    Outlander will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

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  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 11: Slàinte Mhath! | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 11: Slàinte Mhath! | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander. Outlander comes to STARZ Saturday, August 9 at 9pm in the US and will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

    DISCLAIMER: The Speak Outlander series features fictional placenames from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as well as some Lowland Scots terms and therefore not all videos contain traditional Scottish Gaelic words and phrases.

    FIOS: 'S e cuid de na th' anns an t-sreath Speak Outlander ainmean-àite à na h-ùr-sgeultan Outlander le Diana Gabaldon 's gnàthasan-cainnte Bheurla-Ghallda 's mar sin, chan eil na faclan 's na h-abairtean uile a' buntainn do Ghàidhlig na h-Alba air fad.

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    Outlander stars Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Tobias Menzies, Gary Lewis, Graham McTavish, Duncan Lacroix, Lotte Verbeek, Nell Hudson, and is executive produced by Ronald D. Moore. Based on the international bestselling novels by Diana Gabaldon.
  • Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 12: Tha Gaol Agam Ort | STARZ
    Outlander | Speak Outlander Lesson 12: Tha Gaol Agam Ort | STARZ Learn how to "Speak Outlander" with the Gaelic Expert from the set of the STARZ Original Series Outlander. Outlander comes to STARZ Saturday, August 9 at 9pm in the US and will be internationally distributed by Sony Pictures Television.

    DISCLAIMER: The Speak Outlander series features fictional placenames from Diana Gabaldon's Outlander novels as well as some Lowland Scots terms and therefore not all videos contain traditional Scottish Gaelic words and phrases.

    FIOS: 'S e cuid de na th' anns an t-sreath Speak Outlander ainmean-àite à na h-ùr-sgeultan Outlander le Diana Gabaldon 's gnàthasan-cainnte Bheurla-Ghallda 's mar sin, chan eil na faclan 's na h-abairtean uile a' buntainn do Ghàidhlig na h-Alba air fad.

    starz.com/Outlander

    Outlander stars Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Tobias Menzies, Gary Lewis, Graham McTavish, Duncan Lacroix, Lotte Verbeek, Nell Hudson, and is executive produced by Ronald D. Moore. Based on the international bestselling novels by Diana Gabaldon.