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ALIEN MESSAGE RECIEVED: Can you Decipher it?

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    • Thread Starter

    you do reaslise that everyone who was born in Scotland are scottish and speak scottish and yes are you saying i have failed at studying because i dont think so and who said they speak the full scottish language no one so exactly
    I've been struggling.

    beats me

    You do realise that everyone who was born in Scotland is Scottish and speaks Scottish? And yes [likely in response to a previous message]. Are you saying that I have failed at studying? Because I don't think so. And who said they speak the full Scottish language? No-one, so exactly [again, likely needs context]
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    Well she is very wrong indeed.
    The 2011 census of Scotland showed that a total of 57,375 people (1.1% of the Scottish population aged over three years old) in Scotland could speak Gaelic at that time, with the Outer Hebrides being the main stronghold of the language. The census results indicate a decline of 1,275 Gaelic speakers from 2001.
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