I always thought that the Native language in Scotland is English with some simple differences until I found out that 'Gaelic' is the spoken language by Scots.
Actually, I love Scotland and it's history which I know little about but sometimes I read about its kings and castles .
WillIam Wallace the legendary hero and its people who are well_known of their position in supporting the Palestinian case.I wish to visit Scotland one day .
KP, what not to like? :)) The movie is a masterpiece, the soundtrack melts the heart,
and knowing what Edward the Longshanks did, of course naturally we would love
William Wallace :D Personally I love bagpipe music very much; it also reminds me
of my country. Scotland has amazing landscapes and castles, which makes it just
the perfect country to visit :) Irish and Scottish Celtic music is also so beautiful.
I used BraveHeart soundtrack as my cell phone ringtone for years :')
Scottish accent isn't easy to understand, yet it's like music to my ears, and I have the
same feeling about Ireland and the Irish accent. Also the Scottish kilt is so elegant :D
I think I understand why Nada loves the movie and the country :)
Well, they do speak English in Scotland. Scots Gaelic is an indigenous language that not many people speak.
The population of Scotland is around 5 million. Just over 50000 speak Scots Gaelic (i.e. around 1% of the population speak it. And all of them will also know English.)
Awe Mumtaz we like the same things.
I know nothing about haggis[emoji] Drew Mcclure but I will read about it.
K P ,there is a prominent reason for loving Scotland, Braveheart film was shown in Arab world in a period that there were no Satellite channels , so most people had watched it and knwe Scotland through this story.