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Cornish

The Cornish language, once the native language of Cornwall, Southwest England, is a previously extinct Brittonic language. Cornish died out in 1777, and a revival of the language began at the beginning of the 20th century. It’s linguistically similar Breton and Welsh. There are around 2000 speakers of Cornish today.

Articles and resources for people learning Cornish