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Breton language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Breton is spoken mainly in Lower Brittany, but also in a more dispersed way in Upper Brittany (where Gallo is spoken alongside Breton and French), and in areas around ...

Breton language, alphabet and pronunciation

Breton (ar brezhoneg) Breton is a Celtic language spoken mainly in Brittany (Breizh) by about 210,000 people, about 35,000 of whom speak use it as an everyday language.

The Breton Language? - What is the Breton Language?

Do not confuse Breton with Gallo, which is a Romance language closely connected with French and spoken in East-Brittany.

Breton language - YouTube

New generation aims to maintain French Breton language - Duration: 2:38. Al Jazeera English 31,841 views. 2:38

Breton Language -

The Newsletter Bro Nevez ... The Background to the Breton Language's Current Situation by Lois Kuter (Secretary for the U.S. ICDBL)

Euromosaic - Breton (France)

Breton (France) xx-xx-xxxx ... The Breton language has never been the native speech of the whole of the population of the territory of Brittany, ...

Breton language - definition of Breton language by The ...

Ar·mor·ic (är-môr′ĭk, -mŏr′-) also Ar·mor·i·can (-ĭ-kən) adj. Of or relating to Armorica or its people, language, or culture. n. 1.

Breton language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

210,000 in Brittany (2007) [1] 16,000 in Île-de-France [2] (Number includes students in bilingual education) [3]

Breton language - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

Breton (Brezhoneg, in Breton) is a Celtic language spoken in Brittany, in the north-west of France. Breton is closely related to the Cornish language of Cornwall ...

Talk:Breton language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Breton language is within the scope of WikiProject Celts, a collaborative effort to improve Wikipedia's coverage of Celts. If you would like to participate, you can ...