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I also speak Welsh and I don’t have the same experience with Goidelic languages. In fact, I say that the difference between Welsh and other Brythonic languages is similar to the Swedish Family like branches on a tree shirt difference between North and West Germany. If I view a page of Breton or Cornish as a Welsh speaker, it is no different than looking at a page of Swedish as a German speaker. I didn’t get that when I looked at a page of Irish, Gaelic or Manx.