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29 October 2014
Where I Live
21 March 1979
: Henryd, Conwy
Time lived in area:
All my life
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The participants were asked to describe how they spoke in their own words.
How do you describe your accent:
"Welsh accent, Dyffren Conwy/Conwy Valley. English accent, very Welsh."
Have there been other influences on the way you speak:
Do you have skills in languages other than English?:
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