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Welcome to the Breton learning page!

You will find below many free resources to learn and practice this language.

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Facts about Breton[edit | edit source]

Breton is a Celtic language spoken by 207,000 people in Brittany in 2018. Breton belongs to the Brittonic Celtic language group. It is related to Cornish and Welsh, languages spoken in the United Kingdom, although closer to the former. Breton is recognized as a regional or minority language of France and since 2004, as the language of the Brittany region, alongside French and Gallo by the regional council. It is classified as a โ€œseriously endangered languageโ€ according to Unesco.

  • Language code (ISO 639-3): bre
  • Autonyms (how to write "Breton" in Breton): Brezhoneg
  • Other names for "Breton": Berton, Brezhoneg
  • The Breton language is spoken in: France
  • Number of speakers: 207,000 people in Brittany in 2018

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Days of the Week โ€” How to Use Have โ€” How to Use Be โ€” Health โ€” Give your Opinion โ€” Express Surprise โ€” Gender โ€” Future Tense โ€” Education โ€” Drinks โ€” Negation โ€” Plurals โ€” Conditional Mood โ€” Pronouns โ€” Adjectives โ€” Count to 10 โ€” Questions โ€” Personal Pronouns โ€” Seasons โ€” Months of the year โ€” Days of the week โ€” Time โ€” Geometry โ€” Numbers โ€” Colors โ€” Sports, Hobbies and Games โ€” Clothes โ€” Medical terms โ€” Body โ€” Vegetables


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