For reasons directly related to the soundtrack album, I need to know how to count to four in Scots Gaelic. Ideally, I can get someone who can record this being done correctly, and if possible, even, work with me on pronunciation so I get it right.

Or, failing that, get it with a Newfoundland accent. That would also be okay. Arguably, hilarious, but probably only to us.


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Since there’s usually more than one way to count (Japanese has nine systems, English has at least five (one, two, three four; first, second, third, fourth; primary, secondary, tertiary, quaternary; triangle, square, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon; others, more obscure)), I need one that’s mostly single-syllable, if at all possible. Like for, oh, a four-beat count-in.

Anna found this page of numbers for me, but I don’t know whether those are appropriate numbers, much less how to pronounce them. Anybody know?

ETA: Thanks to everyone replying so far, and to @GaelicTweets for the retweet! I now know the website numbers are correct – but I’m rubbish at reading phonetics and the linked website’s sound link doesn’t work for me. I would dearly love a recording of a native speaker or first-generation non-native fluent speaker pronouncing these. (The latter would actually describe the character exactly; he’s fluent, but not native; his father was a native speaker.) You’d get liner notes mention and a download code for the album once it comes out… ^_^