Learning Breton

Posted: September 14, 2012 in breton, breton culture, brezhoneg, learning breton
For anybody interested in hearing some spoken Breton (Brezhoneg) then below you’ll find a pretty dam good example. 
Breton is the closet relative of the Cornish language and equally shares much with Welsh. I believe 80% of basic vocabulary is shared between Cornish and Breton. 
If you’d like to learn Breton then this blog has plenty of links to useful sites. Of course speaking French will help in accessing the vast majority of learning materials. However, that being said, some organisations have translated their websites into English. Equally, in my experience, the level of spoken English amongst Breton language trainers is above that of the ‘French’ average.
Finally, if you are an anglophone and you want to learn some Breton don’t hesitate to contact me for some advice.

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