Ulster-Scots Spelling and Pronunciation Guide

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SourceUlster-Scots Language Guides: Spelling and Pronunciation Guide
AuthorIvan Herbison, Philip Robinson and Anne Smyth (editors)
PublisherUllans Press
EditionFirst Edition
Date2013
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This work is based on the programmes and collections of the Ulster-Scots Language Society, and taken forward by the USAIG in partnership. Extracts from Philip Robinson’s Ulster-Scots: A Grammar of the Traditional Written and Spoken Language, 2nd edition (Ullans Press, 2007) and James Fenton’s The Hamely Tongue, 3rd edition (Ullans Press, 2007) are reproduced with permission.

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publishers.

Copyright © The Authors and the Ulster-Scots Language Society 2012.

ISBN 1-905281-19-6 (hard copy edition).

This online edition 2014.

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