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Welsh (Cymraeg) is the oldest language in Britain dating back possibly 4,000 years. The majority of European languages, including Welsh, evolved from a language now called Indo-European, which developed into nine different language groups, one of which was Celtic. In turn, Celtic developed its own family of languages.

There is no standard or definitive form of the Welsh language. Although Northern and Southern Welsh are the two commonly supposed main dialects, in reality additional significant variations exist between areas. The perhaps more useful traditional classification is of four main dialects - Y Wyndodeg, the language of Gwynedd; Y Bowyseg, the language of Powys; Y Ddyfedeg, the language of Dyfed; and Y Wenhwyseg, the language of Gwent and Morgannwg.

Modern Welsh can be considered to fall broadly into two variations —Colloquial Welsh (Cymraeg llafar) and Literary Welsh (Cymraeg llenyddol).

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