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Early Modern Irish
also called Early Modern Irish language

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  1. also called Classical Irish, was used as a literary language in Ireland from the 13th to the 17th century and in Scotland (where it is known as Classical Gaelic) from the 13th to the 18th century

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  2. The grammar of Early Modern Irish is laid out in a series of grammatical tracts written by native speakers and intended to teach the most cultivated form of the language to student bards in Ireland and Scotland

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  3. Linguistically, this stage of Irish represents a transition between Middle Irish and Modern Irish

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  4. The tracts were edited and published by Osborn Bergin as a supplement to Ériu between 1916 and 1955

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  5. The distribution of the Irish language in 1871
    The distribution of the Irish language in 1871

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  6. For example, neuter nouns still trigger eclipsis of a following complement, as they did in Middle Irish, but less consistently

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