Id, we study English Lit, English (general) but have the option of studying Gaelic as a language, sitting our exams written in Gaelic or taking Scots as a subject. Scots and Gaelic are two very separate languages. There are different types of Scots too, with, for example, Aberdeenshire speaking Doric Scots. Where I live, we speak a weird Doric, English, Lowland Scots hybrid. Having said that, very few people still speak or understand it, but there is a programme to encourage its use. My Grandfather was 'ferming stock' (came from a long line of farmers) and a 'Teuchter' (person from the countryside) so spoke it with his peers if not at home, and as a result, I can speak and understand it too, which is useful, since my neighbour is from the same area as my Granda' was and only speaks in Scots.
Rikkor, my teeth are fine, thanks to the constant supply of Arm and Hammer Peroxycare toothpaste which isn't available here.