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'Kows!' a'gas dynnergh!

(Welcome to Kows!)

Welcome to our resource site for all Cornish speakers, learners and teachers! We hope you will find the links and information here useful. If there is anything you don't see here, and you feel it may be of benefit to other users, please let us know through our 'Contact Us' page with as many details as you can give.

Do check out our Community page to see where you can meet with people to use your Welsh with!

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What's new?

Kaskyrgh nowydh / A new Campaign : Get a Cornish course added to Duolingo.

Friday 12th April 2019

Cornish Duolingo Course

Duolingo already has courses available teaching Irish and Welsh, and we would love to see all Celtic languages become available in the not too distant future. But we would love to see a course being developed for Cornish much sooner - especially where awareness surrounding the language has seen its revival receive quite a boost over the last few years, and to see this continue will be fantastic.

What we want to ask of all who follow this page is to simply vote for this to happen. If you are a Duolingo user already, it is as easy as clicking on this link - Duolingo Forum : Cornish - and upvoting the top comment. If you are not signed up to Duolingo, why not sign up and even try learning a new language while you're there. Click on Duolingo.com. That way, if a new Cornish course becomes available, you may be one of the first people to know about it once it happens!

If there are any speakers or tutors following this page who would be interested in helping to develop a new Cornish course on Duolingo, please let Duolingo know of your interest by filling out the form here - .

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A brand new mini-site for learners of Manx!

Saturday 4th November 2017

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Continuing with our quest to keep Celtic languages alive, we at SpeakCeltic.co.uk are now launching the Manx resources mini-site, "Loayrt!".

The aim is to create a one-stop site where all available resources online can be reached from one place. Also to provide information of other resources you can purchase, like books, how to access Manx media (if at all) from wherever you are in the world! Also to inform learners who wish to practice their Manx with other learners through arranged group meetings via a handy Community page.

Also in the pipeline will be new mini-sites for learners of Scottish Gaelic and Breton.

"Eventually, we would like to cater for all Celtic Languages, and help preserve these beautiful languages for many years to come" says Gavin Humphreys, the founder of SpeakCeltic.co.uk. "If anyone would like to contribute to the growth of any of our mini-sites, with ideas for content, recommendations etc, please do not hesitate to drop us a line via the 'Contact Us' button".

New Kernewek interface for Kows!

Sunday 15th October 2017

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You can now view pages on the 'Kows!' mini-site in Cornish!

Those users who would prefer to see thier menu in Kernewek now can! Just go to the top-right corner on the screen and click in the 'Kernewek' button.

"Please note that, at this moment in time, only the user interface and menus will be available in Cornish. Content will still be mainly in English, with Cornish translations where necessary.

A brand new mini-site for learners of the Cornish Language!

Saturday 23rd September 2017

Labhair! logo

Following with the idea from the Welsh and Irish Gaelic resources mini-sites "Siarad!" and "Labhair!", SpeakCeltic.co.uk is continuing with their quest to keep Celtic languages alive with the Cornish language resources mini-site, "Kows!".

The aim is to create a one-stop site where all available resources online can be reached from one place. Also to provide information of other resources you can access or purchase, like books and apps, and how to access Cornish language media from wherever you are in the world (where possible)! Also to inform learners who wish to practice their Cornish speaking skills with other learners through arranged group meetings via a handy Community page.

"Eventually, we would like to cater for all Celtic Languages, and help preserve these beautiful languages for many years to come" says Gavin Humphreys, the founder of SpeakCeltic.co.uk. "If anyone would like to contribute to the growth of any of our mini-sites, with ideas for content, recommendations etc, please do not hesitate to drop us a line via the 'Contact Us' button".

Introducing 'Speak Celtic! - The new website supporting ALL our Celtic languages!'

Saturday 23rd September 2017

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From today (23/09/2017), Siarad! and Labhair! moves to their new home on 'Speak Celtic!'. Both mini-sites have previously been using GavsPad.co.uk as it's home since April this year while the idea to create one website covering all Celtic languages to house these mini-sites was being devised.

Today also sees the launch of the Cornish language resources mini-site 'Kows!', to make up 3 of the 6 Celtic languages 'Speak Celtic' wants to showcase.

Social media pages have been updated with new links to the sites, new contact information and new handles/usernames to reflect the changes and make them all part of the new 'Speak Celtic!' family.