Aims to teach you to understand and speak Welsh. This book covers the four basic skills - listening and speaking, reading and writing. It contains 21 units, which are preceded by an alphabet and pronunciation guide, a 'mutation chart' to show the nine letters in Welsh which are subject to change at the beginning of words, and a map of Wales.
The aim of this book is to teach you to understand and speak Welsh as it is spoken today. In order to achieve this, the language introduced is centred on a wide range of realistic, everyday situations. The course covers the four basic skills - listening and speaking, reading and writing. If you are working on your own, the accompanying recorded material is important as it will provide you with the essential opportunity to listen to Welsh spoken by native speakers and to speak it yourself within a controlled framework. The coursebook contains 21 thematic units, which are preceded by an alphabet and pronunciation guide, a 'mutation chart' to show the nine letters in Welsh which are subject to change at the beginning of words, and a map of Wales. A more detailed reference section, the key to the exercises, a Welsh-English vocabulary and an English-Welsh vocabulary are included in the back of the book. There are two accompanying CDs and cassettes which are available separately or with the book in a pack. "Teach Yourself Welsh" is the official coursebook for the Welsh Distance Learning Course of the University of Wales, Lampeter.
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About Christine Jones
Christine Jones is Lecturer in Welsh at the University of Wales, a teacher in adult education, and an examinations' moderator and assessor. Julie Brake is a lecturer in Welsh in adult education.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Alphabet and pronunclation guide; Map of Wales; Mutation chart; 01 - Greetings; 02 - More about yourself; 03 - Talking about your family; 04 - Talking about your likes and dislikes; 05 - Extending and accepting an invitation; 06 - May I help you? 07 - Asking for directions; 08 - What did you do? 09 - There is something wrong with my car; 10 - I don't feel well; 11 - How were your holidays? 12 - Where were you born? 13 - When is your birthday? 14 - Arranging your holiday; 15 - She'll go instead of you tomorrow; 16 - In the restaurant; 17 - Describing your house and area; 18 - What would you do? 19 - What time is the next train? 20 - Because I'm cold; 21 - You wanted to come; Appendix 1: regional variations; Appendix 2: how to say 'yes' and 'no' in Welsh; Key to the exercises; Welsh-English vocabulary; English-Welsh vocabulary
Teach Yourself Welsh by Christine Jones
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