• Aig an Obair

    At Peats
    At Peats
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    Cutting Peats
    Cutting Peats
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    2 Responses to Aig an Obair

    1. Well
      7 April 2013 at 11:47 pm

      Those are great poster, we shuold borrow the idea in Wales. I theach wlesh for adults as a part time tutor, using the Wlpan course maninly, and it always seems to surprise those in class how many Welsh words they know – some through hearing it from older generations, thier kids who might go toWelsh mediwum schools, but a lot thanks to bilingual signage of al things!Also these posters would be handy for the folk who insist that words like ‘Tacsi’ and ‘Ambiwlans’ are evidence of how inadequate the Welsh language is, while beng blisfully ignorant to the fact that these words are not original English words, but ones of Greek and French origin.Love your blog by the way.Rhyswww.gwenu.com

    2. Lonitra
      8 April 2013 at 2:52 am

      That’s a smart answer to a difficult queositn.

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