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Paigntonian | 21:44 Sat 27th Mar 2021 | News
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According to the last four census figures there's no-one in Scotland who only speaks Gaelic and 1.1 percent who speak both Gaelic and English.

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I haven't changed my mind, me old china, I was primarily reacting to Ummm's mis representation.
you see ummmm was using your country to try and make a smart arised point, I was trying to make that clear.
Oíche mhaith, TTT....Codladh sámh........x
Also my country!
bonnet de douche mon ami!
That’s one lousy chat up line, TTT.... you’ll never pull with that!....... ;-)
Might have worked for Del Boy though, gness ;-)
^^^ too? to!
My spelling's not that bad, honestly!
Is mh pronounced as v in Irish? I am familiar with Welsh but not Irish.
cru de tet sur la plat!
Well not if he said it to me, Tony!

When did we Irish make things simple, Chris?
A boxty with a pint of Guinness is fairly simple, Gness - and delicious too ;-)
A pint of Guinness. I remember drinking those..... :-(
55 posts about nothing!
Maybe, Maggie....and maybe a little bit of banter amongst all the sour pusses on the site these days.
I wouldn't say about nothing. Alex Salmond's choice of Alba as the name for his new party has brought Gaelic to the fore.
Irish is a puzzling language indeed.
Repressed in written firm by the British for years which allowed different dialects to prevail in a way that might not otherwise have happened.
No words for yes or no;
Only 11 irregular verbs? Hmm!

No letter “v” as already observed, despite the “v” sound being common! You always get the feeling that there are two few letters (18) working overtime in a rather inefficient way!
ALBA actually stands for “ALex is BAck”

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