Flummoxed by Scottish Gaelic verbs? Now there’s an easy way to break them down, with the arrival of Scottish Gaelic Verb Blitz for Android from Geoglot!
Containing over 100 Gaelic verbs, the app focuses on three key tenses: present, past and future. Students can browse and learn through the reference section with its clear, concise verb tables, or drill their conjugation skills in the activities familiar to other users of Geoglot’s popular Verb Blitz apps:
- Infinitive Quiz: test yourself of the basic meanings of verbs!
- Conj Quiz: Can you match the English with the correct Gaelic translation?
- Snap: Does the Gaelic sentence match the English translation or not?
- Gapfill: Complete the missing word in each Gaelic sentence.
The verb bank represents a set of very frequent, everyday words in Gaelic, so the app doubles as a great vocabulary builder as well as grammar tool.
We’re really excited to be making the leap forward with Gaelic here at Geoglot – we hope you love practising it as much as we do!
Download the app from Google Play at this link.
Scottish Gaelic joins the growing number of iOS Number Whizz apps with our latest iTunes release for iPhone and iPad!
Including native speaker sounds for many numbers, and a challenging set of games for drilling those cardinals, Scottish Gaelic Number Whizz is a great way to finally master that chore of language learning.
Scottish Gaelic Number Whizz is available on the iTunes App Store for 79p / $0.99 (with educational discount available for institutions) at the following link:
Scottish Gaelic Number Whizz on iTunes
Android users can get the app from Google Play at:
Scottish Gaelic Number Whizz on Google Play
We are pleased to announce that Scottish Gaelic learners can now enjoy a version of our flashcard learning and consolidating tool, the Scottish Gaelic Vocab Booster. Learn scores of new words across a variety of topics from the everyday to the fantastical.
Click here to visit Scottish Gaelic Vocab Booster in the iTunes App Store!
The new app extends Rusmate’s app range to cover Russian, Norwegian, Japanese and now Scottish Gaelic. Have fun learning!