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  1. The language of the Welsh developed from the language of Britons. The emergence of Welsh was not instantaneous and clearly identifiable. Instead, the shift occurred over a long period of time, with some historians claiming that it had happened by as late as the 9th century, with a watershed moment being that proposed by linguist Kenneth H. Jackson, the Battle of Dyrham, a military battle ...

  2. The Welsh Language Act 1993, is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which put the Welsh language on an equal footing with the English language in Wales. The Laws in Wales Acts 1535–1542 had made English the only language of public administration in Wales.

  3. 26/09/2021 · Welsh is a Celtic language spoken mainly in Wales (Cymru) by about 582,000 people, and in the Welsh colony (y Wladfa) in Patagonia, Argentina (yr Ariannin) by several thousand people. There are also Welsh speakers in England ( Lloegr ), Scotland ( yr Alban ), Canada, the USA ( yr Unol Daleithiau ), Australia ( Awstralia ) and New Zealand ( Seland Newydd ).