Description

Breton is spoken in Brittany, a cultural region in the northwest of France, known for its Neolithic menhirs and dolmens, ancient architectural and cultural heritage. It is a ‘Brythonic Language’ brought from Great Britain to ‘Armorica’, during the early middle ages.

It was the language of the upper classes in the 12th century until it became the language of the lower classes when nobility changed to follow French. It has similarities to Cornish and Welsh but has its own propositions and grammar rules.

Learn this classic, age old Celtic language and visit this ancient treasure of a land!

With our Breton Starter Microlearning Course, you can:

  • Identify the alphabet and the sounds in Breton
  • Introduce yourself and others
  • Talk about colors
  • Use numbers 1-20
  • Use the days of the week
  • Use simple greetings
  • Talk about professions
  • Talk about countries and where you live
  • Tell the time
  • Give your phone number and contact details
  • Talk about food and drinks