Welsh Second Language
|Try to give more than just the name of where you were born and brought up. Add details such as where your family came from and if they have moved in the past. You could also say if you like where you live now and why.|
|Add details about when you started to learn Welsh. You could also say if you find it easy or difficult and say how confident a speaker you are. Remember that blynedd (feminine noun) is the word you need to use for the word year when following a number.|
|Don’t just answer by saying yes or no, but give as many details as possible about where and when people speak Welsh in your area. Do you have a local Welsh newspaper, local Welsh activities or events, or Welsh schools nearby?|
|This is a good opportunity to use some idiomatic phrases such as fel arfer, serch hynny and yn fy marn i. You could also use this opportunity to use the future conditional tense hoffwn i to say that you would like to go to the Eisteddfod in the future.|
|This is a good opportunity to use some idiomatic phrases such as fel arfer, serch hynny and yn fy marn i. You must use reasons to support your opinions in this answer. You could also use this opportunity to use the future conditional tense hoffwn i to say which programmes you would like to see in the future.|
|This is an opportunity for you to use the past tense and/or the future tense. Try to mention what you did the last time that you visited Cardiff, and also what you will be doing - bydda i’n - or what you would like to do - hoffwn i - if you go there in the future, and why.|
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