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Old English, Early Modern English or Scottish Gaelic

I am fluent in these three languages. Scottish Gaelic was my Native Language. From there my family would gather from time to time. we would speak Old English. I would usually speak Scottish Gaelic with my parents though. If I'm having a private conversation at school I would talk in Early Modern English with one of my friends. Anyway. I want to hear your opinions on this. Which one should I contribute to?

I can also do a contribution to Scots English if you'd like.

November 30, 2017



This might help:

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And this: https://www.duolingo.com/discussion


Old English as in contemporaneous to Beowulf? Your family must be extremely well-educated.


And short of vocabulary. It would make for rather limited conversation.


no not really. Unlike English we use a lot of alternate ways to speak


You can apply for Old English and Scottish Gaelic here. They're not in the list of languages there, so you will need to select "Other" and type in the names of the languages.


Hello. applied for Scots English, Old English, Early Modern English and Scottish Gaelic. but thanks anyway


I would love a Scottish Gaelic course, but I honestly would love any course. Apply for teaching one of those courses here.


Hello> I have applied for Scots English, Old English< Early Modern English and Scottish Gaelic. I hope they respond to my contribution as I have seen many people request for the languages. (yes I know that Scots English is not necessarily a language

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