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The ForumWales Resource section has been created to help Welsh learners find help and assistance via the Internet and the 'real' world. Whether it's a pointer to a discussion at ForumWales or a website which we believe will help those learning Welsh, you can find a growing collection of information in this section of the site.

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FW Audio
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The ForumWales Audio section has been created to allow people to 'hear' the Welsh language. For those members who are learning the Welsh language, this section provides the opportunity to listen to the correct pronunciation of words and phrases.

Macromedia's free Flash Player is required to listen to the audio clips. If you haven't previously installed the Flash Player, you will be prompted to do so.

Struggling with a particular word or phrase? If you have a request for a word or phrase to be added to the Audio section, please send an email to:

Please note that we cannot guarantee inclusion of words or phrases requested.

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Audio Clips

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As the audio clip downloads, the button will gradually turn blue Downloaded and ready to play and the audio will play automatically.

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Audio Page 1 Audio Page 2
Ref. English Welsh Listen
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.

Un, dau, tri, pedwar, pump, chwech, saith, wyth, naw, deg.

Welsh Alphabet. (Phonetics)
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 Dipthongs.
Ae, Ai and Au
    Eu and Ei
    I'w and Y'w
Good Morning. Bore da.

Good afternoon. Prynhawn da
Good evening. Noswaith dda.
Goodnight. Nos da.
Goodbye. Hwyl.
How are you? Sut wyt ti?
What is your name? Beth ydy dy enw di?
My name is... Fy enw i ydy...
More audio on Audio Page 2
Request the addition of a new word or phrase:

Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch - a town in North Wales!
'St Mary's church in the hollow of the white hazel near a rapid whirlpool and the church of St Tysilio of the red cave'


ForumWales would like to thank FW member Ann (SiopyBont) and Moderators Arwen and Sioni for their efforts in establishing this audio section - without their commitment to the FW community, this section would not be available. Thank you!

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