The Gaelic-English Dictionary
Routledge, 2 wrz 2003 - 784
This book fulfils a keenly-felt need for a modern, comprehensive dictionary of Scottish Gaelic into English. The numerous examples of usage and idiom in this work have been modelled on examples culled from modern literature, and encompass many registers ranging from modern colloquial speech, to more elaborate literary constructions. The main contemporary terms and idiomatic phraseology, often not available in other dictionaries, provide excellent models for easier language learning. In addition to the main dictionary, the volume contains introductory material, providing guidance on using the dictionary, spelling and pronunciation. There are also twelve useful appendices which cover not only the various parts of speech, lenition and proper nouns, but also address the more difficult issues of expressing time, direction and numerals. The clarity of the design and layout of the volume will greatly ease the process of attaining mastery of the Gaelic language.
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LibraryThing ReviewRecenzja użytkownika - TomThomson - LibraryThing
Excellent Gaelic-English dictionary, far more comprehensive than anything else available, with many examples of usage. The one flaw (apart from a lack of scientific terminology/jargon) is that it has ... Przeczytaj pełną recenzję
LibraryThing ReviewRecenzja użytkownika - Droigheann - LibraryThing
Probably the best dictionary of contemporary Gaelic for intermediate and advanced learners, including online ones. Compared to Angus Watson's "The Essential Gaelic-English Dictionary" this one misses ... Przeczytaj pełną recenzję