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Learning Gaelic is sgoinneil, but I need a little help

Feasgar math,

my name is Maren and I have been learning Scottish for three months. I am now looking for a conversation partner or a tandem conversation partner who could help me to learn the pronunciation.

I come from Germany so my mother tongue is German. The pronunciation of the Scottish language is not that easy, nothing is spoken as it is written... Therefore I think it would help me if someone who speaks the language does exercises with me.
Maybe someone has an idea how I could find a conversation partner for the Scottish language. I unfortunately do not know anyone who speaks the language and I have no contacts in Scotland.

To me: I am a writer and
in my new book some episodes take place in the city of stonehaven and the famous castle Dunnottar castle. 

I would be very happy about an answer and remain with kindest greetings and Mòran taing. 

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