Squeak (maclyn) wrote in linguaphiles,

Interesting and useful resource

I use this a lot when doing work for my Scottish Gaelic degree; it's a web resource created by a professor from my university's Celtic department called "Fuaimean na Gàidhlig" (The Sounds of Gaelic) and is a pretty exhaustive phonetic analysis of the Scottish Gaelic language with sound files.

Thought it might be useful and/or interesting for folk here!
Tags: scottish gaelic

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