What Villages In Scotland And Islands Speak The Gaelic Language?

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cleobella1 | 18:06 Mon 10th Aug 2020 | People & Places
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hi Does anybody know what Villages in Scotland and what Islands speak the Gaelic Language please? as i am learning it . I have googled but not good. Thanks.


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An outline of the distribution from the 2011 Census here.
Only about 1% of Scots speak Gaelic, mostly in the Outer Hebrides. The BBC braodcasts a channel in Gaelic (BBC Alba) Which is available on IPlayer and may be useful to you.
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The Island of Islay has a lot of Gaelic speakers and a small Gaelic college. Skye has the same. Many people on the islands of South and North Uist, Barra, Lewis and Harris speak Gaelic and quite a lot of them have Gaelic as their first language. Small islands connected by little ferries, or by causeways or bridges, to the other islands, often have a bigger concentration of Gaelic Speakers. Scalpay, Berneray and Eriskay are good examples. Less people, by far, on the mainland, still "have the Gaelic". I hope that helps,

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