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Posted: 27-Jan-2005, 12:18 PM
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Hey guys,

I have come across a few really good Welsh language websites over the past few days that I wanted to share with everyone!

Welsh Language Board

A Welsh Course Website

Welsh Learners Society


Gwybodiador: A Welsh Informationary

Happy reading guys!! And happy learning!

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Posted: 16-Nov-2005, 09:30 PM
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I ran across this one earlier when I wasn't even looking for it: http://www.e-freetranslation.com/ lists Welsh as one of the languages it will translate to/from. My experience with these websites is that they're not very accurate, so I can't vouch for its accuracy- but at least it recognizes Welsh!
I was there looking for help with my Spanish- I haven't spoken that for 15 years, but it did help. I will trust a website to translate a few words out of each sentence.

Website's translation below:
Hidlais ar draws hon hun 'n gynt pryd Fi wasn't hyd yn oed yn chwilio 'i:
http://www.e-freetranslation.com/ daflennau Cymraeg fel hun chan 'r dafodieithoedd chyfieitha at/chan. 'm brofi ag hyn websites ydy a hwy re mo iawn 'n gywir , fel alla t vouch achos 'i chywirdeb - namyn o leiaf adwaen Cymraeg! Buais 'na yn chwilio chyfnertha ag 'm Spanish - Fi aberfa t ar lafar a achos 15 blynedd , namyn gwnaeth chyfnertha. Choelia a website at chyfieitha hychydig eiriau oddi pob un ddedfryda.

Those of you who do speak Welsh may be able to tell how accurate it is.

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Posted: 17-Nov-2005, 06:42 AM
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Eek! I'm glad it recognizes Welsh, but some work needs to be done! There are a couple of words there that don't exist!

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Posted: 19-Nov-2005, 11:00 AM
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