Scottish Gaelic phrasebook

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Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig), is spoken by around 1.2% of Scotland, as well as parts of Nova Scotia, Canada, and in Australia. It belongs to the Goidelic branch in the Celtic language family, alongside Irish and Manx.
Gaelic speakers are usually very happy to speak English to visitors, and all essential business can readily be done in English. Studying Gaelic may increase your enjoyment of a visit to the Scottish Highlands and Hebrides, but is not necessary to get around.

Pronunciation guide

Phrase list