Burns Night Vocabulary Quiz
What does 'drouthy' mean?
Translate this line from Scots to English: 'Ha! whare ye gaun, ye crowlan ferlie!'
When Burns describes a 'Wee sleekit, cowrin, tim'rous beastie' which animal is he describing?
Burns describes a haggis as 'sonsie' but what does that means?
What does 'Days of Auld Lyne Syne' actually mean?
Which of these is the Scots word the devil, as featured in the epic poem Tam o' Shanter ?
Complete this line: 'My love is like a red red rose that's….'?
What are you doing if you're 'Bletherin'?
Tam o' Shanter is the hero of one of Burns' poems – but what is else does it mean?
Which of these is a real Scots world?
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