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its Gaelic Panel, set up a Sub-committee of the Panel to investigate issues
related to Gaelic orthography. ... set of orthographic conventions was adopted by
teachers and examination candidates. It was also important ... to the new 2005
Nov 28, 2005 ... Examination Diet 2005: Publication of marking instructions. All marking ... Gaelic
Orthographic Conventions 2005. Please note that the above ...
Orthographic Conventions (GOC). Tha am pàipear seo air a ... Cànain Gàidhlig
SQA ? tha grunn leasachaidhean air deasachadh ùr 2005. Tha SQA a' toirt taing
The Gaelic Language Act of 2005 and the National Plan for Gaelic are of .... its
widely-used publication Gaelic Orthographic Conventions (4.08 MB), and a.
May 4, 2005 ... Our ref: MMW. 4 May 2005 ... Arrangements specifications for Gaelic (Learners)
and Gàidhlig will be made ... Gaelic Orthographic Conventions.
Jan 9, 2006 ... Launch of Gaelic Orthographic Conventions ... Intermediate 1 who failed to pass
the external examination in 2005, but who could potentially be ...
Gaelic: Listening and Speaking Skills (Intermediate 2) .... Note: The document
Gaelic Orthographic Conventions, SQA, 2005 which will be used by SQA in.
Gaelic: Literature and Individual Study (Higher). 1 credit (40 .... Note: The
document Gaelic Orthographic Conventions, SQA, 2005 which will be used by
Gaelic: Listening and Speaking Skills (Intermediate 1) .... Note: The document
Gaelic Orthographic Conventions, SQA, 2005, which will be used by SQA in.
and understanding of Scotland's Gaelic literature, culture and heritage. .... Note:
The document Gaelic Orthographic Conventions, SQA, 2005, which will be used