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:::Actually it's not even worse than French, let alone English, but natürlich you've got to know the rules ;-)... --[[Cleachdaiche:Thrissel|Thrissel]] ([[Deasbaireachd a' chleachdaiche:Thrissel|talk]]) 20:14, 24 dhen Lùnastal 2013 (UTC)
::PS: " ...dè tha dol an seo...?" (what's going on here?) [[Cleachdaiche:Jhendin|Jhendin]] ([[Deasbaireachd a' chleachdaiche:Jhendin|talk]]) 14:52, 24 dhen Lùnastal 2013 (UTC)
:::It simply has a longer history and was designed by native speakers for a very complex sound system. It was the first vernacular in the post-Latin period that was ever written down, even before Old French. It was designed by Irish monks who had to cater for as many as 4 different "versions" (for example 4 l sounds, 4 n sounds and 4 r sounds) of the same sound and the system they designed was so beautifully efficient that they have only had to tinker around the edges ever since. Combine all these facts and you get Gaelic spelling. It is a stunning piece of linguistic design with almost *no* redundancy. :) [[Cleachdaiche:Akerbeltz|Akerbeltz]] ([[Deasbaireachd a' chleachdaiche:Akerbeltz|talk]]) 00:16, 25 dhen Lùnastal 2013 (UTC)