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  • TreehuggerLad
    started a topic A petition for a standard spelling

    A petition for a standard spelling

    Here is a link to a petition for Scots to have a standard spelling. it holds no biased towards any existing proposals but seeks to raise awareness of the issue and hopefully let people know that this is an important matter. Also a friend of mine may be meeting Nicola Sturgeon and they will pass a letter...
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  • Come join a facebook group for a Standard Scots Spelling

    I have made a standard spelling for the Scots language which draws from Older Scots texts but with a few innovations to fully represent spoken Scots. I am currently writing a dictionary for it! you can see it on this page and feel free to join if you want.

    https://www.facebook.com/g...
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  • Artemis
    started a topic Gothic Prague Witch seeks Scots penpals

    Gothic Prague Witch seeks Scots penpals

    Hi everyone, I live in magical Prague and love my town dearly. Have never been to Scotland. Some time ago I read Trainspotting as a bet and did not realize people actually speak the language in the book, I thought it was the author's way of showing what the characters were going through. But still it...
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  • TreehuggerLad
    started a topic Erse-Scots

    Erse-Scots

    hullo, are there any other Irish-scots here?, i dont mean the uslter scots but scots of irish blood, i'm half and half, I'm an Domhnaill living in falkirk, ony ither ers-scots goan gies a shoot oot? in scots or as gaeilge!
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  • NightwyrmX
    started a topic Looking for a translation into Gaelic

    Looking for a translation into Gaelic

    Hi all

    I'm looking for a translation of the inspiration for my soul into Scots Gaelic. The closest I've been able to come myself is brosnachadh do m'anam but I don't if that's correct or not (the "inspiration" should be feminine).

    Is anyone able to please help...
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