A WEBSITE to help save Guernsey French has been launched by the newly-formed Guernsey Language Commission.
YOUNG children’s pronunciation of Guernsey French has been exceptional this year, according to adjudicator Pierre Tostevin.
A NEW commission to promote Guernesiais is the ‘last chance saloon’ to get it right, islanders who have worked to protect the language have said.
GUERNSEY’S own language is to be the focus of an intense and organised effort to ingrain it into local society over the coming years.
TRIBUTES were paid yesterday to ‘the grand lady of the Guernsey French language’ who died on Tuesday.
THE LEADING figure in the preservation of the island’s traditional language and culture died yesterday.
GUERNSEY’S heritage is being celebrated with new stamps.
Often rudely referred to as patois, Guernsey French is joining Welsh and Manx by enjoying an upsurge in interest. Mark Duncan met tutor Jan Marquis to find out more about the local language, its history and its following
MOVES to revive Guernsey-French need to be given States cash.
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