Breton, also called Brezhoneg, is a Brythonic-Celtic member of the Indo-European language family spoken regularly by approximately 500,000 people and known by as many as 1.2 million speakers mainly based in Western Brittany with smaller communities in Eastern Brittany and in other countries.
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"A non-profit association whose objective is the promotion of Brittany and the Breton language on the Internet." An English-Breton-French lexicon of Net terms, some software, and links.
The Breton Language / La langue bretonne
On soc.culture.breton. Bilingual (English/French) site with information on where Breton can be learned, an explanation about the three spelling systems used for the language, and a list of radio and TV broadcasts in Breton.
A presentation of the newsletter published by the Canadian Branch of the International Committee for the Defense of the Breton Language.
Euromosaic - Breton
Sociolinguistic survey of the use of Breton as a minority language within the European Union (in the Brittany region of France). Collection of links. Bilingual site (English and French).
International Committee for the Defense of the Breton Language, with branches in the US and Canada.
On-line lessons plus contacts for off-line teaching services; large amounts of external data, a grammatical sketch, and links. In five languages, including Breton.
Petra-nevez: keleier e brezhoneg
A mailing list in Breton.
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