Leids o Scotland
Scotland haes twa auncient leids (Scots leid an Scots Gaelic) an ane that's been aboot for the bygane three-fowerhunder year (Inglis). Mony leids haes been spoken thare ower the years faws intae twa general kynds: Germanic leids an Celtic leids.
- Breetish Sign Leid: Some hearin fowk haes it as a mither tongue acause thair mithers an faithers is deif. It isna sib tae Inglis, but is a leid in its ain richt.
Atween Ingles and Scots thar ur sum wurds an grammar in common an sum no.
|May I come too?||Can I come too?||Can a come ana?|
|I should, if I were you.||I would, if I was you.||A wid, if a wis ye.|
|My hair needs/wants washing.||My hair needs washed.||Ma hares needin washen/washt.|
|He won't do that.||He'll not do that.||He'll no dae that.|
|Does anyone know?||Does anybody know?||Dis onybody ken?|
Ither leids haes been spoken in Scotland: