mo leithsceal, ach níl eolas agam faoi chúrsa litir maith. Táim féin tar éis mo chuid Gaeilge a fhoghlaim sa ghaeltacht Chorca Dhuibhne, agus is maith liom na cúrsaí ann go mór. Is easca an teanga a fhoghalim nuair atá gach duine á labhairt. Dár ndóigh, ní féidir Kernowek a fhoghlaim mar sin, agus is mór an trua nach bhfuil ceantar fíor-Chernowek i gKernow.
I'm sorry. but I don't know about any good correspondence course. I have learned Irish in the west Kerry Gaeltacht, and I like their courses a lot. It is easy to learn the language when everyone is speaking it. Of course, Cornish cannot be learnt the same, and it is a shame that there isn't any area where Cornish is the first spoken language.
May I ask whether your Cornish is Kemmyn, Unified or Modern? I think the Cornish language is interesting, but find the controversy between the groups somewhat off-putting. I have visited various Internet-sites, some claiming that Kemmyn is a bogus form, some claiming that Unified is totaly wrong. Most claiming that Modern Cornish is corrupted, and some claiming that all three forms are purely artificial. Could you be so nice as to provide some expert information about this subject, either on this site or to me by e-mail? email@example.com
Is mise, le meas
P.S. Would you be the same person as Markonatrix?