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Related to SCOTS: Scots language, Scots Irish
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References in classic literature ?
Later, I served under the Warden of Berwick, that very John Copeland of whom our friend spake, the same who held the King of Scots to ransom.
I have heard that the Scots are good men of war," said Hordle John.
But it is not nature that an English-born man should love a Scot or a Frenchman.
Immediately we halted, and though it was at a great distance, we fired, and sent them leaden bullets for wooden arrows, following our shot full gallop, to fall in among them sword in hand--for so our bold Scot that led us directed.
Many of Burns' poems are in the Lowland Scots dialect; a few are wholly in ordinary English; and some combine the two idioms.
The Scot talked of the past; the doctor busily prepared for the future.
And so saying, the gallant Scot gave way to a genuine explosion of wrath.
As we love to celebrate the life and times of Robert Burns on the week beginning January 22 we organised a Scots week for the school but also included some other languages.
Scots is a language in its own right, having a separate linguistic history to that of English (McClure 2009: 13-14).
The language is nicely balanced between correct but less well known Scots words (oxters, scrieve, perjink) and the Scots which is more a representation of the accent (speylt, meeserable, freend) meaning that is not too intimidating for those less familiar with the language.
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And how many Scots living and working outside of Scotland couldn't vote but still consider themselves as Scots?