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Shwmae everyone!

I doubt this thread will ever pick up, but if there are any fluent Welsh speakers out there, I'd love it if you'd help out here

I myself have numerous Welsh lessons but we aren't ever taught how to speak or write!!!

So this thread is for those who are learning, or want to learn!
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Rydw I yn siarad cymraeg, roeddwn I yn mynd i ysgol cymraeg nod rydw in colli'r iaith es gadael ysgol.

Sorry if tHats a bit dodgy lol, auto correct and the welsh language aren't a good mix
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Rydw I yn siarad cymraeg, roeddwn I yn mynd i ysgol cymraeg nod rydw in colli'r iaith es gadael ysgol.

Sorry if tHats a bit dodgy lol, auto correct and the welsh language aren't a good mix
What's coll'ir ?

Auto correct is a ***** on this
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Shwmae pawb!

My Welsh is both fluent and shoddily colloquial. The fact that this is in the "Foreign Languages" subforum annoys me
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lol Welsh
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(Original post by Soph.Jade)
Rydw I yn siarad cymraeg, roeddwn I yn mynd i ysgol cymraeg nod rydw in colli'r iaith es gadael ysgol.

Sorry if tHats a bit dodgy lol, auto correct and the welsh language aren't a good mix
I understand the first part but not the last .
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I understand the first part but not the last .
"I speak Welsh, I went to a Welsh school but I've lost the language since leaving school"

It's good enough, I suppose
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Shwmae pawb!

My Welsh is both fluent and shoddily colloquial. The fact that this is in the "Foreign Languages" subforum annoys me
Sorry, I did not mean to offend it was because I didn't know where else to put it

Sut wyt ti heddiw?

Also, how do you negate sentences?
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"I speak Welsh, I went to a Welsh school but I've lost the language since leaving school"

It's good enough, I suppose
Yeah, it was the lost it since leaving school part which I couldn't figure out. My Welsh isn't really amazing as it's just GCSE level :laugh:.
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Sorry, I did not mean to offend it was because I didn't know where else to put it

Sut wyt ti heddiw?

Also, how do you negate sentences?
Dwi'n iawn am rwan, diolch A tithau?

Negate sentences? If the positive statement is "rydw i yn ____", the negative is "dydw i ddim yn ____"
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Yeah, it was the lost it since leaving school part which I couldn't figure out. My Welsh isn't really amazing as it's just GCSE level :laugh:.
"Roeddwn i yn arfer mynd i ysgol Gymraeg ond rydw i wedi colli'r iaith ers gadael" Still got the gist of it well enough though!
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Dwi'n iawn am rwan, diolch A tithau?

Negate sentences? If the positive statement is "rydw i yn ____", the negative is "dydw i ddim yn ____"
Dda

What about things like:

Byddaf i'n mynd yr ysgol
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Dda

What about things like:

Byddaf i'n mynd yr ysgol
Ooh, sadly, my conjugation isn't as good as it should be. You can say "Ni fyddaf yn mynd" but that's a bit less colloquial. Might stick out "Byddaf i ddim yn mynd" might work too.
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Ooh, sadly, my conjugation isn't as good as it should be. You can say "Ni fyddaf yn mynd" but that's a bit less colloquial. Might stick out "Byddaf i ddim yn mynd" might work too.
Thanks

How do you say "should"
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Thanks

How do you say "should"
Should? I'd say "dylwn". Like "dylwn i adael" - I should leave

This makes me realise just how substandard my Welsh is
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Should? I'd say "dylwn". Like "dylwn i adael" - I should leave

This makes me realise just how substandard my Welsh is
Ahah

Dylwn ti gwybod gwell
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Ahah

Dylwn ti gwybod gwell
*dylet ti It changes according to the person. Don't ask how, mind. Dwn i ddim.
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*dylet ti It changes according to the person. Don't ask how, mind. Dwn i ddim.
I'm guessing:

Dlywn
Dylet
Dyl
Dylen
Dylech
Dylen

Or.something'
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(Original post by L'Evil Fish)
I'm guessing:

Dlywn
Dylet
Dyl
Dylen
Dylech
Dylen

Or.something'
My guess:
Dylwn
Dylet
Dylai
Dylem
Dylech
Dylent

I'm hopeless with these kinds of things. Google Translate thinks I'm right though
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My guess:
Dylwn
Dylet
Dylai
Dylem
Dylech
Dylent

I'm hopeless with these kinds of things. Google Translate thinks I'm right though
I got dylech

Thanks

How do you forn the conditional past:

I would have said...
You would have wanted...
She'd have eaten...
Etc.
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