Saturday, 24 November 2007

Koda Ŝalti icWales:

Welsh speakers slipping English into their speech should not feel guilty because it keeps the language alive, language campaigners and academics said yesterday.

Fears that Welsh is being watered down by English are unfounded, they said.

The comments coincided with the start of a major new research project into bilingualism in Wales.

Experts at Bangor University’s new Economic and Social Research Council’s Centre for Research on Bilingualism, said the fact that a language was constantly changing proved it was alive....

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