"hey everyonefor any language nerds who like the celtic or elvish tongues, i started a group for Gaelic. It's aimed at Scots gaelic but if you speak Irish (or to a lesser extent, Welsh) you'd probably follow a lot.A'…"
A group for all the nerdfighters who love learning languages-whether they be ancient or modern, reality or fiction (yes-nerds who are interested in fictional languages such as Klingon, Elvish, etc. are welcome too!)
"if anyone's interestedi just started a group called a' ghaidhealtachd na h-albafor anyone who wants craic or practice in gaelic :D(scots gaelic, but if you speak irish you'll probably get through, especially with Lewis gaelic)"
Where Gaels can share craic and learners (like me) practice our beautiful language with it's absurd spelling. :D DFTBA (massive credit to anyone who cant translate all that into gaelic and I'll add it in.)See More
"@CliveI'm not sure how well you can describe them all at British.
Gaelic is Irish, English is German, pictish is deadthe only one that's especially obviouly `british` is Welsh, which came from Gaul, but didnt overshoot to ireland…"
Hi!! In response to your comment about "friends from the north", it's thought that Durmstrang is in the north, but some of the students are Bulgarian etc. Remember (I think it was) Hermione saying something about that? And that their school robes had a thick cape?