Fit lik ma laaddie o faan yer ae quinie, ma quinie? Aam jist tyaavin awa the noo. Ye ken, that is sic ae glaikit thing tae say an aa thenk aat yer ainlie actin it an that is no ae guid thing tae dae, ken. Aa dinna thenk aat abodie cud unnerstaun Scoats - maistlie faan spak.
Hoo caan ye reid Scoats faan abodie writes hit different oniefa acaus thonnas nane ae o common wey an sae monie speikweys? The grammair is gey different no ainlie in speikin bit awso in writin sae ilkane is differnt sae abodie canna gang an blether unnerstaunin ilkabodie.
Noo tell me faan ye hae unnerstuid it acaus ye hae said aat abodie maun hae kenshap o the leid. Och faan ye div then ye micht caan dae it.
Sae noo ye canna say aat ye caan unnerstaun Scoats faan ye hivnae gaun here afore. Here is faai aa thenk aat yer speikin ae muckle o skitter!
Aaricht the noo, aam awa!
I met and had a talk with Daniel in the chatroom this morning and learned for the first time about the Scoats,which I used to mistake for or confuse with Scot Gaelic.Here is what I have translated the text into...my best guess
"what...when you are a...I'm just...now.You know that it is a...thing to do and I think that you are only acting it and that is not a good thing to do.
I don't think anybody could understand Scoats-mostly when spoken.
"How can you read Scoats when anybody writes it different...because there is no common way and so many ways of speaking?The grammar is...different not only in speaking but also in writing.So...is different so anybody cannot go and... understanding... body.
"Now tell me when you have understood it because you have said that anybody...has the knowledge of the language...when you...then you might be able to do it.
"So now you cannot say that you can understand Scoats when you have not been here before.Here is why I think that you are speaking a muckle of skitter(??)
"All right now I am away"
DANIEL if you are here please correct my version.