English to Scottish Gaelic and Irish (Gaelic)
Why do Scottish people talk Gaelic?
For the same reason that some Welsh people speak Welsh. Gaelic is the traditional language of Scotland so many people continue to speak it as they feel it is an intrinsic part of their cultural heritage.
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What do you call a person who speaks Scottish Gaelic?
Scottish Gaelic is the form of Gaelic spoken in Scottland, so those people would probably just be considered Scottish. ...
What is the Gaelic for 'English'?
The English language? Béarla (Irish) Beurla (Scottish Gaelic). As an adjective? Sasanach (Irish), Sasannach (Scottish). "The English (people)" na Sasanaigh in Irish; Sasannaich (?) in Scottish Gaelic. ...