The Welsh language, native to the country known as Wales, is known by many names, including Cambrian, Cambric, and Cymric, but some also call it one of the British tongues due to the location of Wales. There are fewer than a million Welsh speakers in the world today, mostly located in Wales, England, Argentina, the United States, Canada, and New Zealand. Considered the only official language of Wales according to Wikipedia, fewer than three-quarters of the country’s residents claim fluency in their own native tongue.
Although there is no Standard Welsh dialect, most dialectical differences are based on phonics, grammar, pronunciation, or vocabulary and based on region. In addition, Welsh dialects spoken in different parts of the world tend to have loanwords from other languages, such as Spanish in Argentinean regions.
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