Resource Centre

To make your learning journey with @Love Gaelic easier, this resource centre will allow you quick access to useful links like
the site member shop (registration as site member required) and other websites.


Soundfiles for some courses and books can be purchased on the website. You can use them for self-study and the development of your own Blas na Gàidhlig. They are aimed at fluent speakers as well as learners who like repeating phrases for practising pronunciation.



Practice your listening and writing skills with these

dictation soundfiles.

Intermediate Dialogue Sound files

Audio sound files to support your learning

Advanced Dialogue Sound files

Audio  sound files to support your learning

800 Ceist iomadh-roghainne

Multiple Choice Revision Questions on Grammar

in online

Quiz form

Unlimited Practice

Other Resources

Some fascinating resources relating to the Gaelic  language, history and Genealogy

Am Baile

Highland History and Culture

Explore the rich history of the Scottish Highlands and Islands through images, maps, documents, audio and video


Gaelic place Names

A free resource that provides a single source of authoritative information on Gaelic forms of place-names

Kildonan Museum

Uist Archives

The museum has at its heart a collection of items from and about South Uist collected by a local Parish Priest, Father John Morrison, during the 1950s and 1960s. It also sets out the background to an island that is incredibly rich in archaeological remains dating from the bronze age to the Viking era. Some of the exhibits are set out thematically: tools from a blacksmith's shop for example. Others are contained within the rooms of a recreated croft house


Gaelic Media

BBC ALBA – Scotland’s Gaelic media service – is delivered across a range of platforms through a unique partnership between MG ALBA and the BBC

Harris Tweed Authority

Harris Tweed

The role of the Harris Tweed Authority is to promote and maintain the authenticity, standard and reputation of the world-famous Harris Tweed® cloth

Clan Map

Find your clan

Fancy finding out a bit more about your clan or where they came from then this interactive map is a great resource.

Hebrides People

Geneology resource for the Hebridean Islands

Discover your family history and the incredible journeys of the people of the Hebrides

Nova Scotia Ancestors

Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia

The Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia was formed on June 19, 1982 and had its genesis in a standing genealogical committee of The Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society (founded in 1878)

Gael Stream / Sruth nan Gaidheal


All items are from the Cape Breton Folklore Collections.

An Comunn Gàidhealach Ameireaganach

The American Scottish Gaelic Society

Explore the learning opportunities available and events offered to Gaelic students.