Sioni wrote:I agree with Dafydd's pronunciation guide.
I also note two mistakes:
Arwen, 'oorth' is a good pronunciation of 'wrth', but 8 in Welsh is wyth.
David, also a good pronunciation of 'nawr', but 9 in Welsh is naw.
Now write them out one hundred times.
Al_Doug wrote:What about the other forms of 3 and 4? Help me now, are they tair (tire) and pedair (ped-ire)?
Al_Doug wrote:Where are those extra <i>r</i>'scoming in for 6 and 10?! It didn't sound like that on the tape!
Siomedig wrote:Doesn't it depend on the dialect? I've heard 'hwech' and 'wech' from Southerners of various different stripes...
Siomedig wrote:Also! In a number of dialects (in fact I'm pretty sure in the standard, too) 'chwech' becomes 'chwe' when used to modify numbers.
Siomedig wrote:And you pronounce 'dau' 'dow'? South Walian dialects are pretty cool.
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