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Wir Ain Leed: An Introduction to Modern Scots
What is Scots?
Language or Dialect?
Dialects and Pronunciation
   — Southern Scots
   — South East Central Scots
   — North East Central Scots
   — West Central Scots
   — South West Central Scots
   — Ulster Scots
   — South Northern Scots
   — Mid Northern Scots
   — North Northern Scots
   — Insular Scots
      — Orkney Scots
      — Shetland Scots
   — Aberdeen Scots
   — Dundee Scots
   — Edinburgh Scots
   — Glasgow Scots
   — Belfast Dialect
   — Gaelic Influenced Scots
   — Scottish Standard English
Scots Orthography: Written Scots and spelling.
The Indefinite and Definite Articles
Nouns
Pronouns
   — Demonstrative Pronouns
   — Personal Pronouns
   — Possessive Pronouns
   — Reflexive Pronouns
   — Interrogative Pronouns
   — Relative Pronouns
   — Negative Pronouns
   — Other Pronouns
Adjectives
Numbers
Auxiliary and Modal Verbs
Verbs
Adverbs
Prepositions
Conjunctions
Greetings
Days, Months and Holidays
Aspects of Colloquial Speech
Idioms
Proverbs

The Scots Reader
Tradeetional Sangs
Robert Fergusson
Robert Burns
Robert Louis Stevenson
Bairns' Rhymes an Stories
The Brithers Grimm
Original Orthographies for the above.

The Online Scots Dictionary Guidance for using the dictionary.
Scots to English
English to Scots
Read through Scots to English as in a book.
Abreviations used in the OSD.
Spelling Guide
Phonetic Symbols

Articles in and about Scots
Aw Ae Oo: Scots in Scotland and Ulster
Aw Ae Wey: Written Scots in Scotland and Ulster
Tha Boord o Ulstèr-Scotch: An English Name for a Scots Organization?
Consultation contribution Our response to the Ulster-Scots Academy Implementation Group spelling proposals.
NOSTRA VULGARI LINGUA: Scots as a European Language 1500 - 1700 © Dr. Dauvit Horsbroch
An Introduction to Modern Scots
A PDF version of 'Wir Ain Leed' that contains additional material in A4 format so as to be be printed and read as a book.

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