About Scots Gaelic Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Scottish Gaelic is popularly known as Scots Gaelic and Gaelic. It belongs to the Celtic brand of the Indo-European language family. This language is extracted out of both Irish and Manx. However, it has become a distinct spoken language since the 13th century in the Middle Irish period. The total number of native speakers includes 57,000 people. There are different dialects of this language but most of them have been defunct since the 18th century. If we talk about the modern Scottish Gaelic it is dominated by various dialects of Outer Hebrides and Isle of Skye. There are other native speakers from Western Highland areas including Wester Ross, northwest Sutherland, Lochaber, and Argyll. The Lochaber dialect is also a popular one.
About Slovak Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Slovak is a West Slavic language. It is spoken by the Czech–Slovak group. It is written in Latin script. It belongs to the Indo-European language family and is one of the most popular Slavic languages. It is spoken by approximately 5 million people. Slovak is the native language of ethnic Slovaks. It is the official language of Slovakia and is one of the 24 official languages in the European Union. Slovak is similar to Czech and Polish. Slovak is a fusional language and has a complex system. The vocabulary of Slovak is extensively influenced by Latin and the German language. The Czech–Slovak group developed the language in the high medieval period. It became popular during the mid-19th century. Slovak is spoken in the United States, the Czech Republic, Argentina, Serbia, Ireland, Romania, Poland, Canada, Hungary, Germany, Croatia, Israel, the United Kingdom, Australia, Austria, Ukraine, Norway, and many other countries in the world.