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  • Jul 18, 2011
  • 02:03 PM

Kairdiff-speak could be a ‘dairk’ horse in the history of Welsh language

Martin Shipton / WalesOnline
THE distinctive “Kairdiff” accent spoken by English speakers who are natives of the capital city is directly descended from an old Welsh dialect, according to a TV programme. The old dialect of the South Wales Valleys and the new Welsh dialect emerging in Cardiff will be the focal points of the S4C series Ar Lafar on Monday evening.

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