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You Don't Say!?: Language and Customs
It's worth noting that English is the main language spoken in Scotland and a good command of this is generally required to enjoy your trip to the full.

The native language Gaelic is spoken in tandem with English in the far North and West of the country and most of the larger hotels in the bigger cities will have multi-lingual staff with German, French and Spanish spoken and understood to varying degrees.

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