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Learn breton - Conversation
Learn breton - Conversation

English Breton
Hello. How are you? Pesort mod ya an traou ganoc'h ?
Hello. I'm fine, thank you Demat, trugarez
Do you speak Breton? Komz a rez brezhoneg?
No, I don't speak Breton Ne ran ket, ne gomzan ket brezhoneg
Only a little bit just un tammig
Where do you come from? Eus peseurt bro out ?
What is your nationality? Eus peseurt broad out ?
I am English Saoz on
And you, do you live here? Ha c'hwi, amañ emaoc'h o chom ?
Yes, I live here Ya, amañ emaon o chom
My name is Sarah, what's your name? Sarah eo ma ano, ha c'hwi ?
Julian Juluan
What are you doing here? Petra emaout oc’h ober amañ ?
I am on holiday E vakañsoù emaon
We are on holiday E vakañsoù emaomp
I am on a business trip Evit ma labour emaon o veajiñ
I work here Amañ emaon o labourat
We work here Amañ emaomp o labourat
Where are the good places to go out and eat? Pelec'h zo un ostaleri vat ?
Is there a museum in the neighbourhood? Boût zo ur muze tost awalc'h deus amañ ?
Where could I get an internet connection? Pelec’h e c’hallin kevreañ ouzh Internet ?

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