Published April 20, 2016
This video was recorded Ballymena, Ireland. Yola (natively and literally, 'Old'), also known formally as the Forth and Bargy dialect, was spoken in Ireland form the 13th century to the nineteenth, when it was ultimately displaced by the language of British colonists. A descendent of Middle English—the linguistic ancestor of Modern English and Scots—Yola's status as either a unique Anglic language or heavily distinct variety of English remains a matter of debate among linguists today. Read more on Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/1YHM5Lk.