Just a quick question: My play is set in Scotland, and I was originally planning to write the actors/actresses dialogue with scottish dialect, as opposed to standard english. I have to write a critical analysis of this for the second half of the assessment, and I'm not sure whether i'd be better off not attempting Scottish dialect (although i'm confident that I could make it realistic) or whether I should just write it in standard English, and say that the actors would be expected to use Scottish accents/dialect? If I had a few examples, though, then I could analyse alot based on the language used. I'm not sure....I'm thinking maybe I should actually write it in Scottish dialect, but I don't want to over-do it for the sake of it being there either, because if it sounds false and over exaggerated then I could potentially ruin the illusion of the whole play. Do you think a few words would suffice? Such as 'Donnae' instead of 'Don't' for example?