Landatauron wrote:Thanks Blackbird,
Would ...Llydan llanerch... or.....Llanerch Llydan work and which one would be proper.
Llanerch llydan is how you would put it.
Welsh sentence structure is much like French,Italian,Spanish and many other languages in which the noun comes before the verb. i.e. "cath du"-literally translates as cat black,or "y gadair bach"-the chair small.Basically English is a very strange language in comparison to other languages in Europe!
How about "Llyw llanerch llydan"? Broad clearing ruler?Nice bit of alliteration though bit of a tounge twister for Welsh learners lol.
Up to you!How are you with pronunciation?There was a thread here with a link to a BBC learning Welsh site which might be some help to you.You could also take a look on Amazon for some Welsh learning books-"Y Lolfa" are a good company to learn from.
If you need any more help,just let me know!