Welsh language

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Welsh language,

member of the Brythonic group of the Celtic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. See Celtic languagesCeltic languages,
subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. At one time, during the Hellenistic period, Celtic speech extended all the way from Britain and the Iberian Peninsula in the west across Europe to Asia Minor in the east, where a district still known as
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MapioCymru, which has received funding from the Welsh Government, will eventually lead to a Welsh-language satnav, but creators say they need the help of the public.
A new one-year pilot sabbatical scheme for primary teachers to develop their Welsh-language skills will be delivered.
CARDIFF'S new council leader has vowed to improve Welsh-language services in the city but admits "challenges remain".
Later this year, the Government will switch off the analogue signal in Wales: S4C will become a wholly Welsh-language service with no provision from Channel 4.
But a spokesman for the Home Office said MI5 was planning to provide a Welsh-language service 'in the near future'.
NO amount of help - millions of pounds, building of barriers, changes in planning and housing law, or positive discrimination - will stop the social and economic patterns undermining the Welsh-language in the heartlands.
Ms Gwyndaf also expressed concern about the plan to consult only organisations rather than Welsh-language users about the proposals.
First Minister, Carwyn Jones, welcoming the news that Welsh-language e-books are now available to buy and download from Amazon.
Mr Andrews said initiatives eligible for the grant include projects to develop Welsh-language apps, initiatives to increase the amount of digital content available online, and projects to provide a Welsh language software infrastructure, such as text-to-speech and voice recognition software.
A WELSH-LANGUAGE commissioner is to be established to help ensure Welsh services are delivered to the public, Heritage Minister Alun Ffred Jones announced yesterday.
Father Christmas led Welsh-language group Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg on a shopping trip through Aberystwyth yesterday as part of their ongoing campaign in support of a new Welsh Language Act.
Under the proposals, the Welsh Government would be responsible for imposing Welsh-language obligations, known as Standards, on bodies through regulations and compliance notices.