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Cornish


A girl reading a language book

Blas Kernewek - lesson 2

Welcome to lesson two of 12. Follow Chris, Rod and Deborah as they take you through more Cornish words and phrases.


Script for Lesson 2
A-dro dhe’n Chi / Around the House

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Rod: Myttin da Deborah!
Chris: Good morning Deborah!

Deb: Myttin da Rod!
Chris: Good morning Rod!

Rod: Ple’ma Margaret?
Chris: Where’s Margaret?

Deb: Y’n gegin, dell brederav
Chris: In the Kitchen, I think

Rod: Meur rasta
Chris: Thanks.

(Chris: Perhaps she is in another room)
Deb: Y’n Chambour
Chris: In the Bedroom

(Chris: Or even.......)
Deb: Y’n Stevel-dybri
Chris: In the Dining-room

(Chris: Of course, there are other places around the house)
Deb: Ple’ma an bara?
Chris: Where’s the bread?

Rod: Y’n Amari
Chris: In the cupboard

Deb: Ple’ma an amanynn?
Chris: Where’s the butter?

Rod: Y’n Yeyner
Chris: In the fridge.

Gerva / Vocabulary

Ple’ma? - Where is?
(An) Gegin - (The) Kitchen
Chambour - Bedroom
Stevel-dybri - Dining-room
Bara - Bread
Amari - Cupboard
Amanynn - Butter
Yeyner - Fridge
Daras - Door
Hel - Hall
Lowarth - Garden
Y’n - In the

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