Upcoming Scottish Gaelic learning opportunities

Latha math a h-uile duine!

Starting April 9th and continuing for 8 Wednesdays at Bellevue College (in Bellevue, Washington), I’ll be offering Scottish Gaelic 3. This class focuses on the GENITIVE CASE, regular and irregular verbs in the CONDITIONAL, and more. Conversation and review of what we did in Scottish Gaelic 2 (Regular and Irregular verbs in the past and future) will be where we start, so even if you didn’t take Fall and Winter quarter’s classes, feel free to join us! Need to review these topics, join us!
Here is the link for registration: Scottish Gaelic 3  (http://bit.ly/1cEpSv9)
Also, May 10th I’ll be presenting a 6 hour workshop of the “Is” verb! There will be three sessions. The first is the “Basic Is Verb”, after lunch will be ” ‘S e and ‘S ann for defining and emphasis” and in the later afternoon will be “Using Is phrases.” Please see the flyer for more info, including attending via the internet if you can’t make it to my home in Kirkland, WA.
Space is limited and we already have six people registered, so don’t delay.
Here is the link for the flyer and registration: ‘Is verb Workshop‘ (http://bit.ly/1pVS6ob)
Leis gach deagh dhùrachd,
Geoffrey Sammons

Time is running out to register for three Gaelic language classes!

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Time is running out to register for fabulous Gaelic learning opportunities in the the Puget Sound region!

A workshop I’m hosting to help people warm up their Gaelic after the summer! Register by 9/14: http://bit.ly/1d5px2V

My beginning Scottish Gaelic class at Bellevue College, register ASAP! http://bit.ly/1d5pPXD

The 10th Season of Zero to Gaelic begins soon (all levels of Gaelic)! Register by 9/20: http://bit.ly/1d5qqZk

We’ve worked hard to provide these opportunities for people to experience the language of the Garden of Eden, so please join us for the journey!

Note that preregistration is necessary and that all or part of these classes might be cancelled due to low enrollment. Register today to avoid disappointment!