Irish and Welsh
Business Welsh: A User's Manual
Business Welsh
A User's Manual
Paperback      ISBN: 0415129982
Business Welsh is a reference volume for native speakers and second language learners who wish to use Welsh in a business or professional environment.
This book comprises a wide range of sample situations in English and Welsh which can be adapted to meet the specific requirements of the user.
Business Welsh is:
* fully bilingual
* covers 45 business situations
* comprises letters, faxes, adverts and other essential business documents
From letters of complaint to job applications, Business Welsh is the essential handbook for using Welsh in a professional environment.
Irish-English English-Irish Dictionary & Phrasebook
Irish-English English-Irish Dictionary & Phrasebook
Paperback      ISBN: 0870521101

Indicates pronunciation in English spelling and acquaints visitors with a basic key vocabulary. This title covers phrases such as travel, sightseeing, shopping, and recreation, and provides notes on grammar, pronunciation, and dialect.

Irish-English/English-Irish Easy Reference Dictionary
Irish-English/English-Irish Easy Reference Dictionary
Paperback      ISBN: 1568332041

This learner's dictionary guides students and other users through the intricacies of the Irish language.

The Pocket Gaelic-English English-Gaelic Dictionary
The Pocket Gaelic-English English-Gaelic Dictionary
Paperback      ISBN: 1841588083

Angus Watson's Gaelic dictionaries are now established as some of the most popular and useful dictionaries available for learners of Scottish Gaelic. This volume, condensed from his essential Gaelic-English English-Gaelic Dictionary is a fantastic resource for users at all levels, and in all contexts. Its generous coverage of vocabulary from fields such as business and IT makes it a valuable tool for all those who require an up-to-date reference work. It contains a large amount of explanatory material, numerous examples of usage and idiomatic phrases and expressions. Many registers and styles are sampled, from the familiar (and occasionally the vulgar) to the formal and the literary. Cross-references draw the user to related words and expressions.