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Welsh Language Learning Resources

Welsh (Cymraeg or y Gymraeg), is a member of the Brythonic branch of Celtic spoken natively in Wales, in England by some along the Welsh border and in the Welsh immigrant colony in the Chubut Valley in Argentine Patagonia. There are speakers of Welsh throughout the world, most notably in the rest of Great Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The most recent census figures (2001) presented in "Main Statistics about Welsh" by the Welsh Language Board, indicate 582,400 (20.8% of the population of Wales in households or communal establishments) were able to speak Welsh and 457,946 (16.3%) can speak, read and write it.

S4C- Hwb

Welsh TV Learning programme

BBC Wales - Online Learning

Lots of resources from beginner upwards

Say Something in Welsh

SaySomethingInWelsh is a new, simpler and faster way to learn Welsh. You don’t need to read or write or do any revision - you just start speaking normally and naturally from the very beginning. You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.

Centre for Advanced Welsh & Celtic Studies

The Centre is a dedicated research institute of the University of Wales. Their aim is to carry out substantial research projects into the language, literature and history of Wales and the other Celtic countries.

Centre for Welsh Language Services

Facilitating the use of Welsh at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.

Welsh Apps for Phone or Tablet

Gwlad Gwlad

Do you want to learn to sing or pronounce the Welsh National Anthem? You may even want to learn a harmony part: alto, tenor or bass. This brand new bilingual app, from the National Library of Wales and etoapps will help you. It will also give you an insight into the history of this wonderful and important song. It is available for iOS and Android.

Learn Welsh

Learn Welsh from Cardiff University. Available for Android.

Cwrs Mynediad - Welsh for Beginners

Learn to speak Welsh with Cwrs Mynediad, the standard course for adults beginning to learn Welsh. The App is designed to help beginners that are following the Cwrs Mynediad course book. Even if you aren't following the course, the App provides material suitable for anyone interested in learning the language. The App is available for iOS devices.

Learn Welsh

Based on the Learn Welsh Podcast, The Learn Welsh App teaches Welsh from Beginners to Intermediate Level, with new lessons added weekly. The app also contains exclusive bonus material including Revision Guides, helpful notes on the Welsh Language and Audio Dialogues, to make learning the Welsh Language a rich learning experience. The App is available for iOS and Android devices.

Start Welsh (free) and Welsh Lessons

This is a first Welsh phrase book perfect for learning a little Welsh to use on your visit to Wales, or to practice what you are learning between Welsh lessons. The App is available for iOS devices.

Learn Welsh

Learn 100 most common words used in welsh. Numbers, Colours, Greetings, Body Parts, Feelings. The English word will be shown, you then drag the letters and drop them into the right place. You can have hints turned off, so you cannot see the correct Welsh spelling. The App is available for Android devices.

 

Podcasting in Welsh

Learn Welsh Podcast

The Learn Welsh Podcast is designed to teach you conversational Welsh so you can be understood easily by other Welsh speakers. This website houses all the podcast episodes and PDF guides that accompany every episode of the Learn Welsh Podcast.

Say Something in Welsh

A Podcast to help people learn to speak the Welsh language in a fun and simple way. The Learn Welsh Podcast is designed to teach you conversational Welsh so you can be understood easily by other Welsh speakers. This website houses all the podcast episodes and PDF guides that accompany every episode of the Learn Welsh Podcast.

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