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Old 1st April 2009, 06:44
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Greetings and Salutations in Scots and Scots Gaelic

How do you say hello, good morning, good afternoon, good evening, good bye, good day, and good night in Scots and Scots Gaelic?

Can someone please help me with these translations?

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How do you say "do your own research" in a language you would understand?
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How do you say "do your own research" in a language you would understand?
Why are you being rude?
Scots isn't that much different from English.
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Why are you being rude?
Why don't you go and read all your posts and then see if you can work that one out for yourself?

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Scots isn't that much different from English.
If its not that much different then you won't have to do too much research will you? So on you go, do some actual research and quit asking stupid questions!
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How do you say good bye in Scots and Scots Gaelic?
Anns na Gaidhlig tha e "Phuc oph"
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we say hello, good morning, good afternoon, good evening, good bye, good day, and good night#



how do u say them in america?
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we say hello, good morning, good afternoon, good evening, good bye, good day, and good night#



how do u say them in america?
how do you say them in SCOTS and SCOTS GAELIC?

HalÚ Hello
Latha math Good day
Ciamar a tha thu? How are you?
Ciamar a tha sibh? How are you? (plural, singular formal)
Madainn mhath Good morning
Feasgar math Good afternoon
Oidhche mhath Good night

good evening/good night:

Scottish Gaelic (Scotland) [early evening] Feasgar mhath
Scottish Gaelic (Scotland) [late eve./night] Oidhche mhath
Scots (Scotland) Guid eenin

Am I correct so far?

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