Mae Cymraeg ti'n dda iawn, Panoramix. Hoffwn i wneud mwy o ddefodol yn y Gymraeg gan fy mod yn byw yma ac yn ceisio anrhydeddu y lle rwy'n byw ac yn fy hynafiaid. Pob lwc gyda'r Gymraeg, cadwch i fyny gyda'r gwaith da.
dw i'n sicr Heddwen fach y fyddi di defnyddio'th cymraeg trwy'r amser cyn bo hir, gei di weld . Mae'n gwestiwn o'r hyder. Dw i'n byw yn yr Almaen ac yn defnyddio'm cymraeg bron a bob dydd
"[Barbara] Do you know who I really hate at the moment? [Tom] Me? [Barbara] No, more than you. [Tom] Who? [Barbara] That Mother Nature woman. She has a holiday all winter, comes back and bang, wallop goes raving mad!"(The good life series 3 episode 1)
Sut mae heddiw? Dw i'n dysgu Cymraeg ond dw i'n dim dda.
Wish I remembered more from school but Pembrokeshire (where I'm from) isn't the most Welsh part of Wales, well not the bit I was brought up in, wrong side of the Landsker. My mother's a native Welsh speaker but never spoke to my brother or I in Welsh. I'm trying to learn more now as much for my daughter's sake (she's 2 and a half and as we're in north Pembs now she'll be going to a Bilingual school) as for the cultural links. It's just finding the time - and I struggle practising on the neighbours as there's only so many times you can say "Bore da! Sut ych chi? Mae'n bwrw glaw heddiw!" lol
Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.
I'm Welsh! I'm a druid! Unfortunately I'm not as fluently spoken as my half brother as his dad constantly spoke to him in welsh, but i know enough to follow a conversation as I was taught through the medium of welsh until I was 7, then it was on a nearly daily basis throughout school. I understand the basic grammar, mutations and pronounciation thanks to being taught at a young age but I'm afraid I'm not the best at it. Although I do love correcting people on pronounciation. Maybe a little too much!
The Weird has a name and refuses to be called Betty.
Always use "so's your face" and "only on Tuesdays" in as many conversations possible. I passed this gem onto my children!
To pronounce "LL" in welsh - pretend you're an angry cat or a vampire and force air along both sides of your tongue as you aspirate!