Grŵp trafodaeth Cymraeg - Welsh discussion group

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Re: Grŵp trafodaeth Cymraeg - Welsh discussion group

Postby Gong Sun Hao Ran » 2015-10-21, 13:48

Oes siaradwyr Cymraeg yma sy'n eisiau bod mhen-pal (???) / Facebook ffrind i? Dw i'n moyn ymarfer yr iaith gyda rhywun, neu trwy'r negesau ar Facebook neu trwy'r e-mails.

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Are there any Welsh speakers who'd like to be my pen-pal / Facebook friend? I'm looking for someone to practise the language with, whether it's through Facebook messages or e-mails.

Sadly that would be the extent of the Welsh that I have the energy to muster, so I'll switch to English here to expand on what I'm hoping for. I'd like to be able to find a pen-pal or someone whom I can regularly talk to in Welsh (I don't really have a preference for S. Walian or N. Walian, although as you can probably tell from above I'm a bit more accustomed to my learning material being in the former) and who can correct any mistakes I make and explain to me what works and doesn't. I'm really looking to nail the language as properly as I can because at some point I hope to be able to really read and write Welsh fluently and comfortably live and work in the more predominantly Welsh-speaking parts (the two of them, anyway ...) of the country.

If it helps, I'm currently learning my Welsh using Modern Welsh Grammar, Hugo's Welsh in Three Months, popping by the BBC's Big Welsh Challenge website every now and then, and watching bits and pieces of Pobl y Cwm on S4C with the Welsh subtitles turned on.
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Re: Grŵp trafodaeth Cymraeg - Welsh discussion group

Postby Covered » 2016-11-15, 16:34

S'mae. Ydych chi'n defnyddio Duolingo i dysgu Cymraeg?

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Postby linguoboy » 2016-11-15, 21:03

Covered wrote:S'mae. Ydych chi'n defnyddio Duolingo i ddysgu Cymraeg?

Nag ydw. Dw i heb ddefnyddio Duolingo i ddysgu'r un iaith.
"Richmond is a real scholar; Owen just learns languages because he can't bear not to know what other people are saying."--Margaret Lattimore on her two sons

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Postby Covered » 2016-11-16, 21:33

ah, da. mae'n dda i geirfaoedd

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Postby linguoboy » 2016-11-16, 21:59

Covered wrote:ah, da iawn. mae'n dda i geirfaoedd

Ti'n bwriadu dweud "mae'r geirfaoedd yn dda"?
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Re: Grŵp trafodaeth Cymraeg - Welsh discussion group

Postby Covered » 2016-11-16, 22:09

ydw i eisiau dweud "it's good for vocabulary"

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Postby linguoboy » 2016-11-16, 22:26

Covered wrote:ydw i eisiau dweud "it's good for vocabulary"

Rwy'n meddwl byddai rhaid i ti dweud "mae e'n dda at ddysgu geirfa".
"Richmond is a real scholar; Owen just learns languages because he can't bear not to know what other people are saying."--Margaret Lattimore on her two sons


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