monolingualmemories wrote:Wow! Thank you so much for your help, these all look great Excited to look into them all. I had heard of "Teach Yourself Gaelic" with mixed reviews. I picked up a copy of "Teach Yourself Spanish" at my local library. I suppose I'll see how it goes before looking into the Gaelic version. In the meantime, these other sites look like a great place to start
There can be differences between editions. In the mid 1990s, I used Teach Yourself Gaelic (plus Everyday Gaelic, Gaelic is Fun and Gaelic Made Easy). I also used TY for other languages. I don't know how they are nowadays, and expecially, what the latest edition of TY Gaelic is like. A friend of mine has mainly used Colloquial (including Gaelic) for her languages, and she likes the series a lot.
Colloquial Gaelic (including preview) (Free audio from the publisher HERE)
It seems that TY doesn't have Gaelic (anymore) as part of their Complete series. However, it's available through major online bookstores.
Omniglot - Scottish Gaelic language
Again, Cainntear probably has more suggestions.