Learn phrases in the Welsh language by
selecting the phrases that you want to learn from the list.
These cover a wide variety of
Welsh topics, including the numbers in Welsh, Welsh days, Welsh
greetings and the months in Welsh all with audio.
Welsh language learning games
As well as the flashcards for the Welsh phrases on the right, there are additional learning games for colours, days, fruit, months and numbers.
Check whether you know the difference between a ceiriosen, eirinen wlanog, Mehefin and Gorffennaf, can count from un to deg and know gwyrdd from melyn.
Learning Welsh Online
These Welsh phrases are perfect for complete beginners and anyone wanting to improve their Welsh vocabulary.
SurfaceLanguages is a fantastic resource for learning this
ancient, important and evolving language. You can improve your pronunciation by listening to the native speech and use the interactive learning methods to improve, test
and sharpen your language skills.
Start with A few first words 1 and 2 followed by the numbers. Learning Welsh is different from other languages in the sense that every native Welsh speaker is bilingual - also speaking
English. So, you are free to choose the areas that interest you most without worrying about communication problems when you are visiting Wales.
Learning more than one language
If you are learning more than one language with SurfaceLangauges, why not add Welsh as well?
Studying Welsh gives access to the oldest of the group of British languages including Breton, Cornish and Manx. It can be traced back to the 8th century AD. Not only is it
important historically but there is a flourishing literature, radio and television channels.
Welsh words appear at first glance (especially in the form of place names) almost unreadable. It is in fact easier to read than English, once you have mastered the
basics. The letters relate to the sounds (once you know a few rules). Even learning a few phrases and their pronunciation from this section will help.
Interactive Welsh audio and video from the bbc.