anna wrote:Welsh, Cornish, Breton are the P-Celtic languages in your list, by the way, the others are Q-Celtic.
anna wrote:P-Celtic and Q-Celtic are still perfectly acceptable ways of denoting these two strands of Celtic language development, thank you very much.
If you have problems confusing Welsh and Irish, that's probably because you learned the one and then started the other. I thought Jan was talking about learning two languages together.
Actually, there is one word that confuses me - gan means with in Welsh and without in Irish, if I remember correctly.
Declan wrote:If you start to learn Irish, pick on dialect and stick with it. When you know it pretty well, you'll understand the other dialects with a bit of practice, but if you try to learn more than one at the same time, you'll get very confused.
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