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Dern Message 7/23/1999
Hai! I am from Ukraine. It is very interesting site for me and for my friends. We study the history of Scotland and we would like to study your language.Thank you very much. Boromir and Olwen from Kiev
This website is the best Scots website there is. I'm happy to have found it. I can understand the language more, and get an understanding of what the people are saying in Scotland, when I visit there. Thank you for your help. and for my friends. We study the history of Scotland and we would like to study your language.Thank you very much. Boromir and Olwen from Kiev
Name: Ian James Parsley 6/27/1999 Email: email@example.com Hamepage: Ulster-Scots Language / Ullans Leid URL: http://www.gcty.com/Athens/Rhodes/1677 Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it. Airt: Northern Ireland / Norlin Airlann
A wud jalouse ye ken richtlie whit A'm thinkan anent yer steid, Andy ma feir! Ye'v daen tha haill Scots-taakan fouk a grann sairin, an we'r aa geyn thenkfu. Wae an aefauld hairt! my Scottish Heritage. The only name that I know of is Renwick. I know that it is spelled other ways. I have never been to Scotland, but will travel there one day. I have two big dreams of Scotland. First, my being able to go. Second, Scotland being free from the tight grip of England. I would love to see Scotland free. Should I die before that happens, then I shall die with a broken heart. I hope to hear from you soon. Long live Scotland the Brave.