Go for it Jan, and good luck! I shouldn't think there would be too much trouble with learning a P-Celtic and a Q-Celtic language together, as they are so different. I am a Welsh speaker but have absolutely no idea what Irish speakers are saying (when they speak Irish at least!)
Welsh, Cornish, Breton are the P-Celtic languages in your list, by the way, the others are Q-Celtic.
If I were you, and you are as enthusiastic as that, I would start off with Welsh and Irish, as those are the two you will get most material for. Have you looked for stuff on the internet?
Thanks for posting this
I'm learning Irish. Last time I tried this I wanted to create a conversation group aimed at learning Gaeilge together so we could revive the language. I think as many people here that are learning Celtic languages, and Gaeilge seems to be quite popular with us, we should do all we can to bring it back!
I haven't really have much exposure to any language other than Breton (and only through the song Gortoz a ran
). And the only Scotts Gaelic I know is sgian dubh
(black knife). Since apparently Breton and Gaeigle are pretty dissimilar, maybe I'll look into learning Breton!
Again, thanks for posting this information