Cornish is a Brythonic-Celtic language of the Indo-European language family spoken by approximately 2000 fluent speakers in the Duchy of Cornwall in England. Cornish is also known as Kernowek, Kernewek and Curnoack.

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Agan Tavas - Our Language
Organization in Cornwall, England, promoting the use of the Cornish language. Includes information about membership, classes and conversation groups.
An Bibel Kernewek
Project translating the bible into Cornish. It is hoped to publish the New Testament in 2004.
Cornish Language Course, Kernewek dre Gesroesweyth (KDG)
Texts and slides referring to an online course in Cornish. By Leslie Sitek in the Netherlands.
Cornish Language Page
Brief history, current state and advice on learning the language in Australia, plus information on Kevren, a Cornish newsletter for Australians.
Euromosaic - Cornish
Sociolinguistic study of the use of the revived Cornish language in Cornwall (England). Collection of links. Bilingual site (English and French).
Languages-On-The-Web: Best Cornish Links
Collection of links to sites dealing with Cornwall, its culture and the Cornish language, from a language portal.
A Small Taste of the Cornish Language
Contains phrases, counting words and a song in Modern Cornish.
Warlinenn (Online)
Online magazine devoted to the study and revival of the Cornish language. It includes a dictionary, a phrasebook, and a glossary of Cornish placenames.
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