2019 is the year of Indigenous Languages. With this in mind Language Learners Journal Founder Trisha Dunbar explores the Scots language. The aim is to be able to have a basic conversation within the next 28 days!
The Scots language is not to be confused with Scottish Gaelic and is actually from the Germanic family group. Although closely related to English, it isn’t speaking English with a Scottish accent!
It is a language in
Scots is spoken in central Scotland and the main cities of Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, and Edinburgh.
Trisha and daughter Sophia have decided on tackling Scots in
The goal is to be able to greet and have a very basic conversation in Scots by the end of the month.