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national legislative body before 1707, see Parliament of Scotland. The Scottish Parliament (Scottish Gaelic: Pàrlamaid na h-Alba; Scots: The Scots Pairlament)
languages: English, Scots, and Scottish Gaelic. Scottish Standard English, a variety of English as spoken in Scotland, is at one end of a bipolar linguistic
medium of Scottish Gaelic, with English being taught as the secondary language. Gaelic medium education is increasingly popular throughout Scotland, and the
primary medium of instruction—particularly where English is not the mother tongue of the students. Initially associated with the expansion of English
the twelfth century, the Scottish monarchs are best described as Scoto-Norman, preferring French culture to native Scottish culture. Alexander II and