Our Welsh translation team consists of
Welsh (also called Cymraeg) is a member of the Brythonic branch of Celtic spoken natively in Wales, on the English side of the Welsh border, and by the Welsh immigrant colony in the Chubut Valley in Argentinian Patagonia. Numerous Welsh speakers can also be found elsewhere due to emigration, most notably in the rest of the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. There are an estimated 750,000 Welsh speakers worldwide. Welsh is one of the two officially recognized languages of Wales, having equal status with English. The influence of Welsh on English is namely seen in local residents’ speech in the form of ‘Welsh English’, otherwise known as ‘Wenglish’. Recent census figures (2001) indicate that 582,400 (20.8% of the population of Wales) were able to speak Welsh, of whom 457,946 (16.3 %) can speak, read and write it. The increasing use of the English language has led to a decline in the number of Welsh speakers. However, this deterioration has been slowed thanks to the introduction of the Welsh Language Act in 1993, which awards Welsh equal status with English in the public sector in Wales. According to a 2004 survey, there are 611,000 Welsh speakers in Wales (21.7% of the population), with 62% claiming to speak Welsh on a daily basis.
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