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> Breton Language Threads, Please Post in the Celtic Languges Forum
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Posted: 25-Mar-2005, 08:11 PM
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Hello everyone!

The Breton language is a vital and important link for the people of Brittany to their Celtic heritage! We would love for you to feel free to discuss it, to use what Breton you have, and to post links concerning it. However, we would prefer if you post such threads in the Celtic Languages forum. This will make it easier to locate such threads, and will keep all threads dealing with the Celtic Languages in one central location. Any Breton Language threads posted here in the Brittany forum will be moved to the Celtic Languages forum without advance warning.

Thanks for your cooperation in this matter!


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