Croeseiriau Cymraeg Welsh language email course. Click here for more details and to register

This resource is provided by AmeriCymru and is intended for Welsh learners who are not yet ready to commit to a full time course. With Croeseiriau Cymraeg you can devise your own schedule and learn at your own pace. Before you start please go to this page: Croeseiriau Cymraeg and read the 'Introduction' and 'How to Use' sections.

If you are ready to commit to a full time course we recommend the following options:

AmeriCymraeg This is an online course with tutor John Good, which is offered in two-month terms. Go here for more information and to register: AmeriCymraeg

SSIW Want to learn quickly? Then you might want to check out the SSIW High Intensity Language Program here: SSIW

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Hen - Old

  • hen - old  
    mor hen â - as old as
    henach - older
    hynaf - oldest

    sample sentence: Dwi'n siarad yr hen iaith. ( I speak the old language. )

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    Notes on Welsh Adjectives - Ansoddeiriau Cymraeg - Welsh Adjectives FAQ

  • Nouns & Adjectives

    Adjectives almost always come after the noun in Welsh. There are few exceptions. Here are some of the most important ones:-


    Hen - Old Dwi'n siarad yr hen iaith ( I speak the old language )

    Hoff - Favourite Dwi'n yfed fy hoff cwrw ( I am drinking my favourite beer )

    Prif - Chief / Main Dwi'n mynd i'r brif ynys ( I am going to the main island )

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