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A photo of Simon Ager, author of Omniglot, taken on 9th April 2018

Ow hanow yw Simon Ager. Trigys ov yn Bangor yn Kembra ha my a dhendyl ow bewnans dre an wiasva ma. My a dheu dhyworth Lancashire yn north-west Pow Sows, ha trigys re beuv yn Pow Frynk, Taiwan ha Japan.

An tavosow re'm dynyas hedra vo kov dhymm anedhans, ha my re studhyas lies anedhans. Ow mammyeth yw Sowsnek, ha my a yll kewsel Mandarinek, Frynkek, Kembrek, Wordhenek, Godhalek, Manowek, Almaynek, Spaynek, ha Japonek, moy po le. Y'm beus godhvos selyek ynwedh a Taiwanek, Kantonesek, Esperanto, Italek, Portyngalek, Chekek, Russek, Bretonek, Iseldiryek, ha BSL.

Moy manylyon a'm anethow dyski tavosow.

Wosa'n tavosow yth yw an ilow ow passyon chif vy - my a gan yn lies keur ha bagas aral, komposya kanow, seni daffarow ha dos yn fenowgh dhe wolyow ilow. Yth yw da genev an redya ha juggling ynwedh

Ha my ow kewsel, y'n kas yma hwans dhis dh'y wodhvos, leveryans ow hanow teylu, Ager, yw /'eɪgə/. Dell hevel y teu ev dhyworth an hanow sowsnek koth Ēadgār.

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Cornish version by John Sheridan, with amendments by Philip Newton. The spelling is SWF (Standard Written Form).

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