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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    The latter...

    Unless negative then

    Faswn i ddim yn hoffi : I wouldn't like
    That's correct.

    Is there such thing as a great Welsh teacher?
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    (Original post by O133)
    That's correct.

    Is there such thing as a great Welsh teacher?
    Hmmmm... Ydw, ond dydw i ddim yn meddwl bod mae nhw'n * are easy to find
    Don't think they are anyway...
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    (Original post by 2en1)
    Haha I just joined the thread now too! I've heard lots of myths about UCAS so I'm scared too
    I'm scared I'll get no offers from unis


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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    HELLO!!!


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    HEY!

    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :awesome: where shouts?
    I was born in Bangor and lived in Anglesey, so North!

    (Original post by Tibbz2)
    Lincolnshire
    totes same. Where abouts in Lincolnshire are you at?

    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I am? Ive always thought it was

    Dwi'n
    Rydw i'n

    Well for grammar I guess we'd need English anyway
    Literally all I know in Welsh is Rwy'n diolch da which is I'm good thanks. :L I sometimes wish I'd been taught Welsh. :')
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Hmmmm... Ydw, ond dydw i ddim yn meddwl bod mae nhw'n * are easy to find
    Don't think they are anyway...
    maen nhw'n hawdd i ffeindio/ddarganfod?

    Mine was alright, but just really disorganised.
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    (Original post by WishfulDesire)
    Literally all I know in Welsh is Rwy'n diolch da which is I'm good thanks. :L I sometimes wish I'd been taught Welsh. :')
    *Rwy'n dda diolch.

    Welsh is interesting, sometimes (a lot less when you do GCSE Literature) but fairly useless.
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    (Original post by O133)
    *Rwy'n dda diolch.

    Welsh is interesting, sometimes (a lot less when you do GCSE Literature) but fairly useless.
    Hey I tried! I literally picked up that from my grandfather when he was still alive and it was just verbal. xD
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    (Original post by WishfulDesire)
    Hey I tried! I literally picked up that from my grandfather when he was still alive and it was just verbal. xD
    Digon teg. That's fairly impressive then.
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    *Rwy'n dda diolch.

    Welsh is interesting, sometimes (a lot less when you do GCSE Literature) but fairly useless.
    Literally the only thing I learnt in 8 years of welsh (albeit primary school level) was Mae hyn gymylog because that was all the weather was, ooh and bwrw glaw


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    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    Literally the only thing I learnt in 8 years of welsh (albeit primary school level) was Mae hyn gymylog because that was all the weather was, ooh and bwrw glaw
    That comment sums up Wales 100%.
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    (Original post by NinjaPandaa)
    Literally the only thing I learnt in 8 years of welsh (albeit primary school level) was Mae hyn gymylog because that was all the weather was, ooh and bwrw glaw


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    Yep *nods*


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    (Original post by O133)
    It was probably roeddwn i'n and baswn i'n (or you had a very bad teacher).



    Six whole carriages? We have two sometimes - and then the train splits at Machynlleth and one lone carriage is sent to Aber and the other to Pwllheli.
    Yes! Although they give us the nice trains when NO ONE IS ON THEM.
    I couldn't handle one carriage with the amount of people that get on the train when I use it, it's crowded enough as it is!


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    There are so many Welsh people here! Anyone else with Northern Irish roots like me?

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    The only Welsh I know is that 'microwave' is 'poppityping' - but people have been telling me this isn't true :lol:
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    The only Welsh I know is that 'microwave' is 'poppityping' - but people have been telling me this isn't true :lol:
    :lol: it isn't really

    I blame the Apprentice
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    Can welsh words even be pronounced? There is definitely an incorrect consonant to vowel ratio...
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    (Original post by Fuenciado)
    Can welsh words even be pronounced? There is definitely an incorrect consonant to vowel ratio...
    W is a (semi)vowel in Welsh, pronounced "oo", Y is pronounced "i" or "uh" and U is always pronounced "i". Weird, right?
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    (Original post by [email protected])
    So what county is everyone from??
    Lincolnshire :-D
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    (Original post by O133)
    W is a (semi)vowel in Welsh, pronounced "oo", Y is pronounced "i" or "uh" and U is always pronounced "i". Weird, right?
    I'm so glad I've seen this explain this to me because Welsh words have always just given me a headache.
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    Year 13, wow i feel old
 
 
 
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