#18 — The case for and against Gaelic signage
Iain Cameron

Perhaps you weren’t aware, but about half of Gaelic speakers today live in the Scottish Lowlands. Gaelic signage serves a practical function for these people and allows them to use the language to navigate where they happen to live.

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