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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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Noted.
:-)
Ged a dh ’fhaodadh cuid a bhith den bheachd gur e cànan marbh a th’ ann an Gàidhlig tha e fada nas fheàrr na Beurla inbhir. X
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Thank you Douglas. A happy Christmas to you too.
What is your point?
Do you really speak Gaelic, Douglas?

I thought only MarkRae spoke Gaelic on here.
Chan fhaca thu a-riamh an dithis againn san aon rùm a-nis, a bheil?
Well, maybe...although I'm not 100% sure
Gaelic ... ? Gaelic Bread ...? Yer Joking.
Is e seo an àm ri teachd
What do you expect of a Hoo Coo.....Gaelic, it has to be - if it's like Cornish, it sounds like gaseous ejections from the anus.
We thank you from the heart of our collective bottom, DTC.
from mine to yours, Douglas......
Pogue mahone
That's not the Gaelic or Irish spelling but I know what you mean...
it's just basic hatred and envy of England that makes them yearn to have their own "language" even though virtually no one speaks it and even if they did they have to use English words to fill in the gaps. Rather sad really.
It's not a hatred fgs. Some of the schools in Ireland are Irish speaking only.
ummmm - "Some of the schools in Ireland are Irish speaking only. " - yes, and they disadvantage their kids for life. That's a form of child abuse. Especially when the most common language the world has ever known is available and on their doorstep. Quite breathtaking arrogance and hatred that they are prepared to sacrifice their own children's future.
Don't be so silly, TTT. Nobody in Ireland speaks only Irish. Those of us who speak Irish also have a far, far better command of the English language than you so obviously do. Even my English partner is becoming bi-lingual and loving it.

And believe me...with what we have witnessed over the last few years there is no envy at all....not one bit.... :-)

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