On 11 Apr 98 at 8:05, Neil Alasdair McEwan, who still doesn't seem to
need any sleep, wrote:
> > Why do the Welsh not speak gaelic, if they are also Celts.
> Half of the Celtic languages are of the Gaelic family. Welsh isn't
> one of them tho'.
There are two varieties of Celtic language - Q-Celtic and P-Celtic.
Q-Celtic (Gaelic) is earlier and is now spoken only in Ireland and
Scotland. P-Celtic is spoken only in Wales and doesn't have vowels.