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Did the English Midlands and West country have an Welsh influence?

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 15:47
I think so, because Wales has remained independent, with strong allies.
Positive: 77 %
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 17:00
Much of the west Country was part of the ancient kingdom of Dumnonia,; name is from the 'celtic' Dumnoni tribe, so they would have spoken a similar language and had similar culture.
Positive: 71 %

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The History of English ... not from ancestral Wessex which was in the West Country. ... to the mother country, Britain, longer, and have maintained ...
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Positive: 77 %
What are the different British Accents? ... So geographically between Estuary English, Home Counties and the West Country and ... Did Americans in 1776 ...
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Positive: 72 %
Standard English did ... very difficult to clarify a dialectal variation in Old English as most parts of the country have ... in the West midlands ...
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Positive: 58 %
East Midlands English; West Midlands English. Black Country ... languages of the United Kingdom; English ... English and Welsh languages have equal ...
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Positive: 35 %

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