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Nov 12 2007, 6:33pm

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Distinct language did then enter the country, In the 1800s following the Act of Union, the Irish Hedge schools were forcibly abolished,closed down and in fact Irish was legally replaced as a language with English used in the new national schools and commerce, even maps were rewritten with the original names anglicised, the planters then entered a country with English designated as the new root language, luckily the Irish language survived in pockets and is experiencing a revival today.

(This post was edited by Ciars on Nov 12 2007, 6:35pm)

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Tracing American slang to Ireland a.s. Send a private message to a.s. Nov 8 2007, 11:49pm
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    Tolkien on "twerp" Kimi Send a private message to Kimi Nov 9 2007, 12:15am
    brings a sack or two of salt Penthe Send a private message to Penthe Nov 9 2007, 12:56am
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            English slang to Ireland, too. Aragorn'sSexyScar Send a private message to Aragorn'sSexyScar Nov 12 2007, 6:02pm
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