Breton phrasebook

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Breton (Brezhoneg) is a regional language of Brittany, France, spoken mainly in western, or "Lower" Brittany (Breizh-Izel in Breton, Basse-Bretagne in French). The number of people speaking Breton is diminishing, though still estimated to be around 200,000, including almost 15,000 schoolchildren. Breton is not closely related to French or any other Romance language; rather it is a Celtic language in the same family as Welsh, Cornish and, more distantly, Irish.
Everyone in Brittany also speaks French, and this is a much more useful language to have, but if Celtic culture is your thing and you want to impress the locals, this phrasebook should be a handy source.

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