Welsh language

Countries (spoken in): Wales, England, Argentina (Chubut), United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand
Official status: Wales
Total speakers: 750 000 speakers

Welsh language (Cymraeg) — is a member of the Brythonic branch of Celtic spoken natively in Wales (Cymru), in England by some along the Welsh border and in the Welsh immigrant colony in the Chubut Valley in Argentine Patagonia.

Welsh as a distinct language emerged in the 6th century from Brythonic, the common ancestor of Welsh, Cumbric (extinct), Breton, and Cornish. Like most languages, there are identifiable periods within the history of Welsh, although the boundaries between these are often indistinct.

Since December 2001 the British Government has planned to ensure that all immigrants know English. It remains to be seen if Welsh will be considered a separate case.

Welsh is written in a version of the Latin alphabet traditionally consisting of 28 letters. Dialectal differences are very pronounced in the spoken and, to a lesser extent, the written language.
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