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29 October 2014
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The Voices Recordings
Interviewee Trystan Lewis

Born: 8 November 1978

Lives: Deganwy, Conwy

Time lived in area: All my life

Occupation: Secondary school teacher

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About the interview

The participants were asked to describe how they spoke in their own words.

How do you describe your accent: "Welsh language - Dyffryn Clwyd (Clwyd Valley, English language - Neutral."

Have there been other influences on the way you speak: Not Given

Do you have skills in languages other than English?: Yes

Other languages: Welsh



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