Learning Welsh Termau Ebrill: We continue our series for Welsh beginners with a selection of words suitable for getting out and exploring our countryside – never more relevant than right now!
Termau Ebrill – Words for April
|Outdoors||Awyr Agored||aw-irr ag-gorr-red|
* for the ‘ll’ sound, place tongue behind the teeth and blow gently
** ‘th’ as in ‘with’
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We hope you enjoyed our article entitled “Learning Welsh Termau Ebrill”. Don’t forget: all the previous lessons are available by clicking here.