No country in South America speaks welsh, however there may be a few welsh speakers living or visiting South America. Welsh is spoken in Britain.
British is spoken in Brittany, where it is called Breton, and in Wales, where it is called Welsh.
there are quite a few. patagonioa has a large welsh community , so has Canada and various places really!
Each is a country in its own right. Each has a language of its own and speaks English as well.
She speaks Welsh and English
i guess so my friend says she speaks welsh and it looks familiar but im not so sure
I don't know, which country speaks american...-_-'
Wales. Wales is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Nationals are Welsh the language is Welsh
People who are for the country of Wales are Welsh
She speaks fluent Icecubeish :) But yes, she does speak fluent Welsh, she says it's her mother tongue but he dad is from England, so I guess he doesn't speak Welsh.
There is no country that speaks "ONLY" Russian; however, the largest Russian speaking country is Russia.
There is no such country. Brazil speaks Portuguese as its official language (but many other languages are also spoken there). So no country ONLY speaks portuguese.
Engish, She is fluent in French, probably speaks German and Spanish.FrenchThe Queen speaks English fluently.Welsh
No country speaks Galatian. It went extinct around the year 400 CE. It was spoken in Turkey.
Oes rhywun yma sy'n siarad Saesneg?
The Welsh are the people (and language) of Wales, the country in central western Great Britain. Wales is a constituent country of the United Kingdom.