If I remember correctly it doesen't have to be, but I am probably wrongPiero Lo Monaco wrote:I don't see why notTuli wrote:The glottal stop is pronounced?
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Hope you don't mind some comments on your table, skurai. There's nothing wrong with the forms you listed, but this is one of the areas of greatest dialectal variation. Dewrad, Turtlehead, and I each use a slightly different set. dw i (Also S. ( r ) w i .) rwyt ti (Usually shortened to ti .) mae e /...
No problem (how do you say that in welsh )Sectori wrote:Diolch yn fawr, Skurai! Dw i'n serchu Cymraeg hefyd!skurai wrote:Just thought I would share:
mae e / mae o
and... here's a dictionary
Dw i'n serchu Cymraeg!
From the first lesson, please correct: Wales is a peninsula in the west of Britain. Wales is a celtic country. Ioan is a Welshman. He lives in Wales. He speaks English. He speaks Welsh too. What is Ioan's native language? English is Ioan's native language.How is Ioan learning welsh? Ioan is a member...
- Mon Jan 16, 2006 2:33 pm
- Forum: L&L Museum
- Topic: Syntax - a multi-perspective introduction
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Question: I am a begginer when it comes to syntax, so I was wondering if this is right? http://img339.imageshack.us/img339/7496/syntaxtree4im.png We haven't described very exactly how to deal with adjective attributes, yet, but if you replaced the NPs's branches with a big triangles, it'd be entire...