Class Overview

Scottish Gaelic - Continuing Education at Seattle Central College
Photo by Amanda Slater from Coventry, England, CC BY-SA 2.0 

Continue studying Scottish Gaelic -- the traditional language of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.

Improve your grammar, speaking and comprehension while learning more about the cultural history. Grammar topics include regular and irregular verbs in the past and future tenses in Scottish Gaelic.

Learn supporting vocabulary and sentence structures to be more versatile and confident in your ability to speak and understand the language.

Enjoy the company of other students of Scottish Gaelic as you develop the ability to talk about daily life, hobbies and pastimes, as well as the past and future.

This class is a follow-up to Scottish Gaelic - Level 1.

Learning Outcomes

After this class, you should be able to:

  • Make sentences using regular and irregular verbs in the past and future tenses.
  • Modify root forms of verbs and sentence structures as appropriate.
  • Use special constructions of the verb “IS”.
  • Discuss your likes, preferences and abilities.

Who Should Take This Class?

Prerequisites: Scottish Gaelic 1, or an ability to use both verbs “to be” in the past, present, and future tenses.

This class is for students who want to learn Scottish Gaelic and have a general interest in Scotland.


Instructor, Location & Fee

  • Instructor: Geoffrey Sammons
  • Where: Online: Real-time and interactive through videoconferencing
  • Fee: $209