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Series One | Lesson: 1 | Level: entry

The Alphabet
Aim: To start looking at pronunciation.

YR WYDDOR GYMRAEG (THE WELSH ALPHABET)
A, B, C, CH, D, DD, E, F, FF, G, NG, H, I, L, LL, M, N, O, P, PH, R, RH, S, T, TH, U, W, Y

The letter J is also accepted these days in borrowed words such as 'jîns', 'jôc', 'jam', 'jeli' and of course 'Jones'.

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