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where to lern welsh

Post by little bear » 26 Jan 2007, 03:06

does anybody know were i can learn welsh in the bradford (west Yorkshire) area i have look but can not find anywhere.  i am willing to traval or go on line for distence learning.
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Post by Sanas Cuain » 26 Jan 2007, 18:57

Are you anywhere neare Keighley? there are / were evening classes available?

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Welsh Beginners Certificate (NCFE)
KEIGHLEY COLLEGE


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You can phone the institution on 08452015815
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Keighley College
Cavendish Street
Keighley
West Yorkshire
BD21 3DF
United Kingdom

General Enquiries: 08452015815


Anyone else interested in such classes in the UK, may find a local course HERE

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Post by little bear » 27 Jan 2007, 17:56

thank you Sanas Cuain i am not to far away i will get in contact with the college. :yay:
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Post by Wolfwalker » 16 Apr 2007, 20:48

Looks like I'm going to have 1 on 1 tutoring method unless I decide to enroll in an evening course. It looks like I'll be moving to Wales in September, to work, live have a life, etc. Luckily I have a friend there who is welsh born and speaks the language well, as well as 2 or 3 others besides English.  No Welsh courses taught at the university here.
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Post by Willowhawk » 18 Apr 2007, 04:51

Oh, my goodness, I envy you, Wolfwalker! Is this permanent? I would dearly love to move to Wales... maybe someday...

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Post by Sanas Cuain » 20 Apr 2007, 22:48

Hi Wolfwalker,
Whereabouts in Wales are you moving too?
I may be able to point you in the direction of some local groves / seedgroups.

A welcome in the hillside awaits you

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Post by Skylark » 16 May 2007, 13:54

I too want to learn Welsh, and I found this website intriguing:

http://www.cadwswn.com/

I think I might sign up when I've scraped my pennies together. Is there anyone else around who might know anything about this course?

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Post by dreamguardian » 16 Aug 2007, 07:01

Wolfwalker wrote:Looks like I'm going to have 1 on 1 tutoring method unless I decide to enroll in an evening course. It looks like I'll be moving to Wales in September, to work, live have a life, etc. Luckily I have a friend there who is welsh born and speaks the language well, as well as 2 or 3 others besides English.  No Welsh courses taught at the university here.
Learn it from the locals as I am. It's so much more beneficial and rewarding. I started at a school recently but had so much conflict as the locals kept telling me that I was not speaking the same as them. They said I was being taught BBC Welsh. They've been great + very supportive. I speak Ceredigion Welsh with a London accent...!

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