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Name: alan welsh 6/3/2003
Email: walanx@aol.com
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.
Airt:

  goaunyerselweeman, man whit rer tae see a web site in 
scots ner thocht ahd see the like, its awfy rer tae here it 
spoke even ower here (glesca) a only ken a wee bit masel 
that a picked up fae auld relations an some auld blokes a 
used tae work wi, oh aye an readin the broons an oor wullie 
books,the auld yins mind no the modern anes, onyway jist 
wanted tae say keep up the guid wurk,  a the best.     ps 
scuse ma spellin a dinna huv a scots dictionary jist a gaidhlig 
ane


Name: Gwen Monster 5/28/2003
Email: gtthomas@spu.edu
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.
Airt: Looking for someone to help me learn Scots.

I live in Seattle, Washington, USA and I am hoping that 
someone will take me under their wing to teach me how to 
speak Scots. I would love to receive an email from anyone 
who'd be willing to correspond about this. I hope to hear from 
someone soon.

Thanks!


Name: reddman 5/25/2003
Email: magickal_man6@yahoo.co.uk
Hamepage: 
URL: http://
Airtit bi: Juist comin ower it.
Airt:

ma pal said the other day aboot his pal whose maw got dope 
feh' belle an' sebastian.

has scotland ever had any really good bands?


Name: Marthe 5/14/2003
Email: frosk@antirasist.com
Hamepage: How to dress up a frog
URL: http://home.no/frog
Airtit bi: A Sairch Ingine.
Airt:

This is really fascinating. I was listening to a Belle and 
Sebastian record the other day, and my father asked if they 
were Norwegian because they sounded a little like Norwegians 
who were really good on English. I remembered vaguely that 
one of me old english teachers had given some examples on 
similarities between Scots and Norwegia, I think she said that 
you said 'braw', which I found very smusing at the time.
So... I searced and found.
gryce  = gris (N)
braw = bra (N)
bairn  = barn (N)
steid = sted (N)

I have had some wonderful hours reading through almost 
everything on the page. I cannot remember any of the 
grammar (and do not dare to test out the grammar here), but it 
was fun anyway. And you really say 'braw'! Very fascinating.


Name: Alex Porter 5/9/2003
Email: alex@holyroodtranslations.com
Hamepage: 
URL: http://www.holyroodtranslations.com
Airtit bi: A Sairch Ingine.
Airt: translators

How 's it that when a'm liukin for translators to translate 
atween Scots 'n English that a cannae find ony?


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