Questions on ISO 639-3
Karen_Broome at spe.sony.com
Wed Nov 26 20:44:18 CET 2008
Scotland is not a country.
CE Whitehead wrote:
> The difference between “Moldavian” and “Romanian” can be accounted for using a region subtag (since Moldova and Romania > were both countries last time I looked). The use of a region subtag does not imply that the language thus referred to stops
> exactly where the international frontier is currently located. There is no need to invent variants.
O.k. ( Although you are right the division is not going to fall right on political borders in this case;
and of course, why then was the variant,
Description: Scottish Standard English
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