Differences Between Scottish Gaelic and Irish

Differences Between Scottish Gaelic And Irish

Scottish Gaelic is closely related to Irish. Most dialects are not immediately mutually comprehensible, though many individual words and phrases are, and speakers of the two languages can rapidly develop mutual intelligibility.

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