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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Iaith - Language

  • Croeseiriau Cymraeg: click here
  • iaith - language    ieithoedd - languages

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

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  • Nouns & Adjectives


    Adjectives always come after the noun in Welsh. There are few exceptions. Here are a 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

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