> > Now
> >about Tajik, is it a variety of Modern Persian or an individual
> >language family?
> It's certainly not a language _family_.

Change the word family to group.

> >> It is not true to say that Welsh is
> >> spoken in the south of England and
> >> English is spoken in the north.
> >
> >You're probably correct although it wouldn't have been my saying
> >rather it was said by Alekseev. In general terms though, where in
> >England is Welsh spoken?
> Nowhere. It's spoken in Wales.

Change the word England to Great Britain.

Yep. One needs to be a member of the family to understand the
nuances. But I'll bet that there are a few Welsh speakers living in