This month, find out all about how to talk about our furry friends (or not so furry in some cases!). Impress your friends and family as you effortlessly reel off the Welsh words for any pet you see around you!
Don’t forget: all the previous lessons are available here.
|Puppy||Ci bach||key bah-ch1|
|Kitten||Cath fach||cah-th2 vah-ch1|
|Purring||Canu grwndi||can-ee groon-dee|
|Guinea pig||Mochyn cwta||moch1-in coot-ah|
|Goldfish||Pysgodyn aur||puss-god-in eye-rr|
1 “ch” as in “loch”
2 “th” as in “the”
3 for the “ll” sound, place tongue behind the teeth and blow gently
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We hope you enjoyed our article about Welsh words for pets. Don’t forget: all the previous lessons are available by clicking here.