Mitchif vs. French vs. English
The McDonald Family
mcdonald at ISN.NET
Sat Mar 6 11:59:24 UTC 1999
At 09:49 PM 3/5/1999 -0800, you wrote:
>Responding to the McDonald family:
>>>of PEI, and to Nova Scotia. I know some older people in their 30's who go to
>>>UPEI and speak with a slight Scottish burr.
>"Older people in their 30's"? Now what does that mean? (I'm coming up on
>my 45th birthday here this month.) Are you saying that people with
>slight Scottish burrs age faster than Irishmen?
No, I'm saying that people in their thirties are at least eleven years older
than me. :)
>Actually I've got a friend at church, born and raised in Oregon and a
>lifelong NW USA resident, about my age, of mixed Scottish and Chehalis
>ancestry, who has a slight Scottish burr in his speech; and it gets more
>marked when he goes to the Highland Games.
I can definitely believe that.
>Well, this has been refreshingly off-topic! ;-)
My apologies to anyone who's offended ...
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