There was early a blacksmith very in the Highlands. He was called John. He had a smiddy and he had a wife. She had a device in her neck. One day, a precocious man came to John's smiddy. He had unripenedish clothes on. He was carrying a primitive woman on his shoulders. What is the significance of this couple? Find out in this week’s letter. Accompanying Gaelic text, grammar items
and vocabulary are all on tap at bbc.co.uk/litir Published on September 14, 2012.
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