|Welsh Language in West Wales|
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Cadw Swn uses classical music and stories to ease and speed your learning. Itís a complete home study language course on 10 CDs (or audio download packs) with a full printed course book.
Wales on Britannia, where you will find a wealth of information on Welsh culture, language, traditions and history presented by your guide Peter Williams.
Promoting the use of Welsh at the workplace creates all kinds of new opportunities for organisations. Find out how to develop your staff\'s language skills. Children in schools in Wales either speak or learn Welsh so why not learn as a family? Find out what help is available to bring your Welsh home.
The Welsh Cambrian Society of Canterbury, New Zealand
To join the Society you don\'t have to be Welsh or even have a connection with Wales, all we ask is an interest in the Society and in things Welsh. If you live in the Christchurch area why not contact us, come along to one of our meetings and get to know our friendly members. If you live further away you can become a friend of the Society and still receive our newsletters. For more information contact either the e-mail address below or the postal address on our home page.
Bwrdd yr Iaith Gymraeg - The Welsh Language Board
Gwybodaeth gefndir ddefnyddiol am yr iaith Gymraeg ac am Fwrdd yr Iaith Gymraeg a\'i waith. Useful background information about the Welsh language and about the Welsh Language Board and its work.
Welsh Heritage Week
Welsh Heritage Week is a week-long course on everything Welsh, including: language lessons, folk dancing, clogging, hymn singing, harp lessons, Welsh literature, and so much more.
A Welsh Course
This course is one suitable for beginners. The main emphasis of the course is in developing conversational skills in Welsh as it is currently spoken (as contrasted with teaching the forms needed for understanding literary Welsh).
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