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  1. In the first half of the century there were still around three million people for whom Irish was the primary language, and their numbers alone made them a cultural and social force. Irish speakers often insisted on using the language in law courts (even when they knew English), and Irish was also common in commercial transactions.

  2. Manx (Gaelg or Gailck, pronounced [ɡilɡ, -eːlɡ] or ), also known as Manx Gaelic or Manks, is a Goidelic language of the insular Celtic branch of the Celtic language family, itself a branch of the Indo-European language family.

  3. Oct 25, 2012 · The definition of “language” is often as political as it is linguistic! It’s sometimes said that a language is a dialect with an army and a navy! The general opinion is that Irish and Scottish Gaelic have diverged sufficiently to be considered separate languages. A comparison I often use is Spanish and Portuguese. Those two languages are ...

  4. Jun 23, 2022 · In the dative, de is used in a few dialects of Ripuarian; the general form is der. The full form may be där or dä. (plural): Virtually all dialects use de as the reduced plural article in nominative and accusative. The full form is die. In the dative, de is used in most dialects of Ripuarian. In Moselle Franconian the form is the same as the ...

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