In Cornish, the particle 'a' is placed between the subject and the verb stem. The verb stem is invariable for each person. Alternatively, verbs in Cornish can use the verb 'to do' as an auxiliary verb. Using this form, the verb 'to do' is conjugated for each person.
Cornish is spoken by about 2000 people in the extreme south west of Britain. Church services are held in Cornish, there are evening classes, correspondence courses, summer camps and children's play groups.
Get by in Cornish with these basic Cornish words & phrases.
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