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Come On, Wales! Euro 2021 Special

by Adam Howarth, Editor
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Follow Euro 2021 in Welsh! This month, we teach you how to cheer the Dragons on during their Euro 2021 campaign. Get behind the lads in their games against Switzerland, Turkey, Italy… and beyond.

Don’t forget: all the previous lessons are available here.

Euro 2021 in Welsh

EnglishWelshEnglish Pronunciation
I supportDwi’n cefnogidween kev-nog-ee
The Red WallY Wal Gochuh wahl goch1
GoalGôlgaul (rhymes with “ball”)
Half-timeHanner amserhan-err am-serr
Penalty Cic o’r smotyn/Cic gosbKick orr smott-in/kick-gosp
1 ch as in Scottish “loch”
2make the “ll” sound by placing the tongue behind the teeth and blowing gently
3 th as in “the”

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We hope you enjoyed our article entitled “Sports and Hobbies in Welsh”. Don’t forget: all the previous lessons are available by clicking here.

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