How to Speak Outlander Catch-up and Gàidhlig Tip of the Day from Àdhamh

Due to real life and other occurrences (i.e. Outlander Retreat and MOBY), I’m a bit behind on the How to Speak Outlander posts from Starz. For those who may have missed it, or just want an excuse to watch again, here are the latest in the ‘How to Speak Outlander’ series.

How to Speak Outlander: Lesson 10 – Dinna Fash

This is probably one of my favorite Scots phrases and I always enjoy seeing Mrs. Fitz. It’s also lovely to see Àdhamh continue to allow his personality to shine through. 🙂

 

How to Speak Outlander: Lesson 11 – Slàinte Mhath

Now here is a phrase every good whisky-drinking Outlander should know! Alas, I have it on good authority that Àdhamh was forced to drink water during the filming of this video. Afraid of having too many takes to get the perfect video, you ken.

 

Gàidhlig Tips from Àdhamh

Last but not least. Àdhamh was in a particularly teacherly frame of mind yesterday and provided us with the following Gàidhlig tip of the day:

Next to slender vowels, d, s & t become soft -see below….

‘D’ –  “deur” /jair/ (tear) : “dìolt” /jeelt/ (refuse; ‘jilt’)

‘S’ –  “seud” /shade/ (jewel) : “sìol” /sheel/ (seed, progeny)

‘T’ –  “teth” /tchay/ (hot) : “tinn” /tcheen/ (ill)

 

 

 

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