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Cornish Language Online

Warlinenn a'gas dynnergh! Welcome to Warlinnen ('Online'). This website is owned by the Cornish Language Fellowship with parts displaying information from the Cornish Language Board. Thank you for visiting this website. Meur ras a'gas godrik dhe'n wiasva ma.
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Cornish Language Partnership

The website is intended to be a portal for Cornish and to develop as the language develops, linking out to all other Cornish language sites and other sites of interest to Cornish speakers.
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Gaeilge- Irischkurs

The Celts were Indo- Europeans the present-day versions (i.e. Irish-Gaelic, Scottish-Gaelic, Manx, Cornish, Welsh, Breton) must have links with the rest of the modern European languages. In fact, many basic expressions that exist in the modern European languages have a Celtic root.
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Gaeltalk.net - Online Gaeltacht-Based Irish Course

Comprehensive online Irish course, based in the Gaeltacht of Ireland. Learn Irish from native Irish speakers.
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Geiriadur ar-lein

Welsh-English / English-Welsh On-line Dictionary
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Irish Gaelic

Irish is a Celtic (pronounced KEL-TICK) language. Within the Celtic group, it belongs to the Goidelic branch of insular Celtic. Irish has evolved from a form of Celtic which was introduced into Ireland at some period during the great Celtic migrations of ancient times between the end of the second millennium and the fourth century BC.
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Manx Gaelic: Chengey-ny-Mayrey Vannin

Manx Gaelic passed into oblivion as a native spoken language on the 24 December 1974 with the death of Edward (`Ned') Maddrell, the last reputed native speaker of the language. With him an Indo-European language disappeared, the first this century, one branch less on the tree.
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Scots Online

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Shetland ForWird

We aim to promote and celebrate the use of written and spoken Shetland dialect as a valued and essential element of Shetland’s distinctive heritage and culture.
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TG4

Irish language television channel - Teilifis Gaeilge
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The School Gaelic Dictionary

Prepared for the use of learners of the Gaelic language by Malcolm MacFarlane.
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Welsh Course

The main emphasis of the course is in developing conversational skills in Welsh as it is currently spoken (as contrasted with teaching the forms needed for understanding literary Welsh). The material is an indirect descendent of the Cymraeg Byw movement of the 1960s and 1970s.
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Welsh Language Board - Bwrdd Yr Laith Cymraeg

Gwybodaeth gefndir ddefnyddiol am yr iaith Gymraeg ac am Fwrdd yr Iaith Gymraeg a'i waith. Useful background information about the Welsh language and about the Welsh Language Board and its work.
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Welsh Language Guide

The language of Wales, more properly called Cymraeg in preference to Welsh (A Germanic word denoting "foreigner"), belongs to a branch of Celtic, an Indo-European language. The Welsh themselves are descendants of the Galatians, to whom Paul wrote his famous letter. Their language is a distant cousin to Irish and Scots Gaelic and a close brother to Breton. Welsh is still used by about half a million people within Wales and possibly another few hundred thousand in England and other areas overseas.
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