Languages of Wales

The two official languages of Wales are Welsh and English. Under Welsh Contemporary law, Welsh and English have equal status.

Read more about Languages Of Wales:  Geographical Distribution, Welsh English, Welsh Romani, Sign Languages, Norman French and Latin, Immigrant Languages, Other Languages

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