The Difference Between
What is the difference in Irish Scottish English Welsh?
December 23, 2014 1:56PM
Each is a country in its own right. Each has a language of its own and speaks English as well.
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=== === distinctions will have to be made between Scottish and Irish and Welsh of course. In Scottish it would be 'wee lass' or 'wee lad'. The previous answer is clearly incorrect. Gaelic is not a form of English; it is a separate language. Welsh and Irish Gaelic are also separate languages not dialects of English. The "wee lass" and "wee lad" are in the Scottish form of English called Lallans (the English of the Lowlands. === ===