The Scots dialects of northern Scotland, Orkney and Shetland are among the most traditional varieties of ‘English’. Northern and Insular Scots provides an approachable description of the phonological, structural and lexical natures of these varieties and a history of the varieties in relation to the areas in which they are spoken.
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