Why EVERY Scot has a part to play if Gaelic is to be saved

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The National
Why EVERY Scot has a part to play if Gaelic is to be saved

THE Gaelic language is in crisis. A report published last year found it was in terminal decline in what were until recently its remaining heartlands. Unless something drastic happens, within a decade there will no longer be any part of Scotland where Gaelic is still the everyday language of the majority of the community and used as the primary vernacular language of social interactions in streets, shops, churches and public spaces.

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Why EVERY Scot has a part to play if Gaelic is to be saved