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    • Eirlys, age 5: I am learning welsh with my mum
      Currently learning
    • Enfys Elen: Merch y mynydd
      Fluent speaker
    • Eilian Wyn: Yn dal i garu Cymru'n well!
      Native speaker
    • Christine McSorley nee Jones: Would love to hear from others in thr Durham Clarington Northumberland area with an interest in speaking Welsh. O Sir Fon from Anglesey
      Native speaker
    • Ysgol Rhyngwladol Genefa: Yma ers 18 mlynedd. Yn hapus i glywed wrth unrywun sy eise cwmni Cymraeg.
      Native speaker
    • Mabel Jones: I went to a Welsh primary and secondary school but now spend most of my time speaking English and learning Swedish!
      Fluent speaker
    • Eirian Allport: Mae'n ardderchog gweld gymaint o siarad a dysgu Cymraeg o gwmpas y byd.
      Native speaker
    • Shan Ashton: There’ll be informal Welsh classes in Capel Curig shortly!
      Fluent speaker
    • Rhiannon Lewis: O Aberteifi yn wreiddiol, yn byw ger y Fenni nawr. From Cardigan originally but living near Abergavenny now.
      Native speaker | Website
    • Dianne Thomas: Daughter from Wales, teacher, teaching English to Chinese students
      Native speaker
    • Rhian: Newydd symud i Canada o Gogledd Cymru. Gobeitho fydd yr Ffraneg yn hawsach I ddusgu!
      Fluent speaker
    • Jennifer Bone: O bydded ir heniaith barhau ❣️
      Native speaker
    • Rwth: Cymraeg yw fy mhrif iaith. Hapus o bob cyfle i siarad Cymraeg ar benrhyn Gŵyr.
      Native speaker
    • Myrddin: O ardal Llandysul yn wreiddiol
      Native speaker
    • Rebecca Elizabeth Roberts: Swyddog y Gymraeg, cyfieithydd ac awdures. Welsh language officer, translator and author.
      Fluent speaker
    • Lee Williams: Rwy'n caru Cymraeg
      Currently learning
    • Llyr Williams: Cymro ar daith
      Native speaker
    • Ailsa McKillop: I did a Welsh for Fun evening class many years ago and would like to re-acquaint myself with the language.
      Interested in learning
    • Nigel Griffiths : Rwy’n dôd o Sir Gaerfyrddin ac wedi bôd yn byw yma ers tua chwe mlynedd
      Native speaker
    • Nor\\\\\\\'dzin Pamo: I've been learning a long time, and try my best! Hwyl!
      Currently learning
    • Rhosyn: Shwmae o'r Gwlad Y Chwyrligwgan!
      Native speaker
    • Brent Kendrick: I'm of Welsh ancestry and would love to be able to learn Welsh.
      Interested in learning
    • Maria Anna: Ieithydd wedi dysgu tipyn o Gymraeg yn Aberystwyth ac yn parhau ar fy mhen fy hunan ar hyn o bryd.
      Currently learning
    • Nyth y Kiwi: AirBnB accommodation with Welsh-speaking host, very happy to welcome 'new speakers'
      Welsh business | Website
    • Derwent Harp School: Harp lessons taught through the medium of Welsh, Adran Yr Urdd Swydd Derby.
      Fluent speaker | Facebook | Twitter
    • gareth watkins: I want welsh language voice recognition on my phone so I can dictate my business emails and social texts.
      Fluent speaker
    • RenewableUK Cymru: Cysylltu efo @davidoclubb i siarad Cymraeg
      Welsh business | Website | Twitter
    • Rhona's Guest House: Welsh speakers and learners are all welcome!
      Welsh business
    • Myfanwy : Llanelli born
      Native speaker
    • Siobhán : I am learning Welsh it is my countries language and it is important for it to continue.
      Currently learning
    • James: Love visiting Wales and would like to move there some day - and be prepared to speak the language!
      Currently learning
    • Margaret Werdermann: I am an intermediate to advanced learner of Welsh. Although I speak North Walean, I understand South Walean.
      Currently learning
    • Allan Evans: Hullo o Rotorua. Croeso bob amser yma am ein ffrindiau Cymreig brodorol.
      Native speaker
    • Bethan Price: Yn siarad Cymraeg bob dydd!
      Fluent speaker
    • Sarah: Learning Welsh with my children who are attending Welsh medium education.
      Currently learning
    • Graham Dicker: My mother was raised near Pontypool, but wasn’t a Welsh speaker.
      Interested in learning
    • Steffan Davies: Originally from Pembrokeshire - lived in Japan for 10 years and now in Portland, OR!
      Native speaker
    • Ruthanne E. Ankney: I am slowly learning the Welsh language. I hope to use the Welsh language in my storytelling and folk music.
      Currently learning
    • Arturo Roberts: I soeak Cymraeg fluently as I was raised in Patagonia (by Argentinian parents)
      Fluent speaker
    • Micah Starner: I would like to learn Welsh because it's a part of my heritage.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Pip Bentley: Just started learning online. Would like to be able to converse with my family in Wales.
      Currently learning
    • Wendy Evans: Wendy Evans. I am learning Welsh in a group at Kingston, Tasmania
      Currently learning
    • Susan Davies: I’m a mother and grandmother of fluent Welsh speakers
      Currently learning
    • Ysgol Mynydd Bychan: Ysgol Gymraeg Mynydd Bychan- O'r fesen, derwen a dyf. Fe gadwn ein hiaith yn gryf!!
      Welsh school | Website | Twitter
    • Paul Bradbury: Cymro pur. Falch i hybu y Gynraeg yma yn Saudi.
      Fluent speaker | Facebook | Twitter
    • Wendy Evans: Wendy Evans. I am learning Welsh in a group at Kingston, Tasmania
      Currently learning
    • June Moseley: June Moseley ( Williams) o Mostyn Sir Fflint. A Welsh group operates here in NP. Practice if needed. Contact june@cymru.org.nz
      Fluent speaker
    • Lucas Davis: I am very interested in Welsh because I -might- have Welsh heritage, my last originally derives from Wales. I'm also just really interested.
      Interested in learning
    • David Gloster: Just started learning with SSiW.
      Interested in learning
    • David: Cymraeg yn wych
      Fluent speaker
    • Ysgol Gymraeg Ifor Hael: Rydym yn ysgol gynradd Gymraeg. We are a Welsh primary school.
      Welsh school | Website | Twitter
    • Jo Gowing: Tried learning years ago
      Interested in learning
    • Jean Hall: Wales is part of the UK therefore we should learn to speak Welsh. It's one of our own languages and a beautiful one too.
      Currently learning
    • Colin Bartlett: Dw i'n dysgu Cymraeg achos siaradodd fy Mam Cymraeg.
      Currently learning
    • Adam Connah: Learning welsh!
      Currently learning
    • Jonny: Cymru am Byth! O Gogledd Cymru.
      Native speaker
    • Dower: My father remembers his father speaking Welsh at home when he was a child. My father’s grandmother and great grandmother were born in Wales
      Interested in learning
    • Robert J. Jones: Welsh teacher near Albany, NY here. We have a Welsh meet-up!
      Fluent speaker
    • Tom Parsons: Learning Welsh currently.
      Currently learning
    • Aja: My family is from North Wales so I want to keep the language alive in my family.
      Currently learning
    • Puget Sound Welsh Association: PSWA has group and organization FB pages. Check us out on Facebook or www.pugetsoundwelsh.org
      Welsh group | Website | Facebook
    • Johanna: I keep starting and stopping with my learning. Would love some study-buddies!
      Currently learning
    • Ceridwen: Welsh learner.
      Interested in learning
    • Susan Woods: I am learning Welsh to connect with my roots in Pontypridd, Merthyr and Tredegar where my great grandparents spoke Welsh and worked in mines.
      Currently learning
    • Llew Thomas: Dw i'n gallu siarad Cymraeg, ond dim yn hollol rhugl.
      Fluent speaker
    • Sam Little: Hover around Lefel 5 with Cymdeithas Madog. More practice always welcome.
      Currently learning
    • Robert Humphries: Cymro Cymraeg ail-iaith. O Gasnewydd yn wreiddol. Hanesydd mewnfudwyr ac ymsefydlwyr Cymreig.
      Fluent speaker
    • Forest Hazel: Learning Welsh. My grandfather spoke it some.
      Currently learning
    • Rhodri Sion Jones: Siaradwr Cymraeg o Langybi, Gwynedd yn wreiddiol. Yn y brifysgol yn Greenwich ar hyn o bryd.
      Native speaker
    • Ninnau and Y Drych: NINNAU, the North American Welsh Newspaper published six times per year, includes articles in English and Welsh, Welsh lessons, and more.
      Welsh group | Website | Facebook
    • Zane Newitt: Dw i’n hoffi dysgu Cymraeg!
      Currently learning
    • Wyn Jones: croeso cynnes i unrywun eisia cysylltu â fi: dysgwyr, ymwelwyr i'r ardal, ac yn y blan!
      Fluent speaker
    • Thomas Herbert-Evans: Siwdmae canol y Mor!
      Native speaker
    • Michael Newman: Learning welsh because I wanted to tell my girlfriend how much she means to me in the language.
      Currently learning
    • Phoebe: My family came from Wales originally so I would like to learn Welsh.
      Currently learning
    • Stephanie: Learning welsh as my family is all from Wales
      Currently learning
    • Sarah Dawn: I am learning Welsh, since my background is Welsh (my Grandfather was Welsh, and my Grandmother lived in Wales for a time as well).
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Harri Hughes: Village of Native speakers Pentref o drigolion Cymraeg iaith gyntaf
      Native speaker
    • Joel Ware, IV: Pob Hwyl!
      Interested in learning
    • ChrisB: Advanced Learner
      Currently learning
    • Meinir Griffiths: O Sir Fon i Tasmania i Melbourne. Cael sgwrs a hwyl- Noson o siarad Cymraeg ym Melbourne (Ceri Williams yn trefnu bob mis) Mae ar Facebook
      Native speaker
    • Heather: Trying to learn Welsh as my dad's family comes from Wales. Would love to meet up with Welsh speakers to help with pronunciation.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Towarzystwo Polsko-Walijskie/Cymdeithas Gwlad Pwyl a Chymru: Polish - Welsh Society founded by students and lecturers of Celtic studies in Poznań.
      Welsh group | Facebook
    • Bleddyn Williams: Dros ryddid collasant eu gwaed
      Native speaker
    • nicholas schumer: I have been learning for a few years and I owe the local welsh heritage society and there class a lot.
      Currently learning
    • Sarah Elizabeth Charles: Yn wreiddiol o Lanystumdwy, a wedyn ymlaen i Ysgol Eifionydd ymh Mhorthmadog. Heb gyfarfod siaradwr Cymraeg yn Awstralia (hyd yn hyn)
      Native speaker
    • James: Learning as it’s my fiancé’s first language!
      Currently learning
    • Rehoboth Welsh Church aka Capel Cymraeg Rehoboth: We have six to eight people who meet weekly to study Welsh.
      Welsh class | Website
    • Mike Ellwood: Initially learned (and still learning) with Say Something In Welsh (SSiW)
      Currently learning
    • Highland FM 107.1: Window on Wales, Wednesday 12.05pm www.highlandfm.org.au. Welsh programme of music, news and hysbys of Welsh events in Sydney area.
      Native speaker | Website
    • Dylan Williams: Shwmae!
      Native speaker
    • Susanna Joecks: Interested in meeting Welsh speakers
      Currently learning
    • Raizel: I've been learning Welsh for a few years because it's my favourite language in the world.
      Currently learning
    • Iona Kay: Cymraes yn Seland Newydd.
      Native speaker
    • Huw Jones: Cymro yn madrid!
      Native speaker | Twitter
    • Tudor Gwynn: Originally from Holyhead but a Hebden Bridge resident for nearly 20 years
      Native speaker
    • Stephanie : After visiting Wales, I wanted to learn the language!
      Currently learning
    • Luke Proctor: Have been learning welsh for many years - semi-fluent speaker. Used to live in Gwynedd in my early 20's.
      Currently learning
    • Christopher Welch: Dw i'n mynd i siarad Cymraeg
      Currently learning
    • Arwyn Lloyd: Native/Fluent Welsh Speaker originally from Denbigh, Denbighshire
      Native speaker
    • glesni: cenedl heb iaith cenedl heb galon (Nation with out language, Nation with out heart) "WALES"
      Fluent speaker
    • d11: Are there any meetups around Durham/NE?
      Currently learning
    • Netta Masson: Fluent Welsh speaker and very proud to be Welsh
      Fluent speaker
    • Einir Williams: Cymraes iaith gyntaf.
      Native speaker
    • CHARLIE pugh: Hello, sut wyt ti??
      Currently learning
    • Lucy evans: Shw Mae!
      Fluent speaker
    • The London Welsh Centre : The London Welsh Centre
      Interested in learning
    • Sian Richards: Went to a Welsh language primary school back in the 60s
      Native speaker
    • Sian Richards: Primary school back in the 60s
      Native speaker
    • Dawn Rawcliffe: Learning Welsh again after speaking it fluently in junior school 28 years ago.
      Currently learning
    • Ffion Haf Lewis: I am a fluent Welsh speaker and very proud to be Welsh!
      Fluent speaker
    • Arthur Jones: Daeth fy hendaid o Gaernarfon
      Fluent speaker
    • Darinda: SSiW course 1
      Currently learning
    • Coleg Cambria: beginners starting 10/11/17 14.00-16.00 Fridays at Oddfellows Hall. Intermediate level classes continuing Fri a.m. 09.30-13.00 Croeso!
      Welsh class | Website
    • Eric Munro: Welsh speaker/learner in San Francisco!
      Currently learning
    • David (Dai) Bonner: Fluent speaker, born in Gilfach Goch, secretary of the Perth Male Voice choir - please come and join us - digon o ganeuon cymraeg.
      Fluent speaker
    • Ellis Roberts: Gog yn y de!
      Native speaker
    • Louis Harvey: I fell in love with a Welsh woman. Now I'm learning Welsh
      Currently learning
    • devon kid: Alright laaaaaaa
      Fluent speaker
    • University of Szczecin: Teaching Welsh to BA and MA students and promoting minority languages through a variety of regular events.
      Welsh class | Website | Facebook
    • Diana: Digon o bobl i newid y byd?
      Fluent speaker
    • Rob: Cymro Cymraeg o Gorseinon sy’n rhannu amser rhwng Mumbai a Dubai.
      Native speaker
    • Rob: Cymro Cymraeg o Gorseinon
      Native speaker
    • Chlo: hello chicken nugget
      Currently learning
    • mali: ooooo hellloooo
      Welsh group
    • KJ Benham-Evans: Roedd fy nghynafiaid yn Gymry ac rwy'n dysgu siarad Cymraeg.
      Currently learning
    • Owen Davies: Dai Davies Cymro Cymraeg yn Llundain
      Native speaker
    • John E Morgan: Celtiaid wedi gadael fi ar ôl!
      Native speaker
    • Ysgol Uwchradd Glan Clwyd: Yr ysgol uwchradd Gymraeg gyntaf yng Nghymru. Sefydlwyd ym 1956. The first Welsh language secondary school in Wales. Established in 1956.
      Welsh school | Website | Twitter
    • Cymry Caergrawnt: Clwb sgwrsio misol yn Nhafarn yr Alma - croeso i ddysgwyr a siaradwyr rhugl!
      Welsh group | Facebook
    • Robert Simpson: Dysgais i Gymraeg yn y prifysgol a nawr dw i'n helpu gyda grwp o ddysgwyr ym Melbourne bob dydd Mawrth.
      Fluent speaker
    • Sian Abaza : Cymru cartref Hiraeth .
      Native speaker
    • Margaret Edwards: Dim esgus i golli'r Gymraeg yn Llundain, digon o siaradwyr a gweithgareddau o bob math o gwmpas!
      Fluent speaker
    • Margaret Edwards: Dim esgus i golli'r Gymraeg yn Llundain, digon o siaradwyr a gweithgareddau o bob math o gwmpas!
      Fluent speaker
    • Ysgol Penalltau: Y Gymraeg yn tyfu o dywyllwch y pwll glo!
      Welsh school | Website
    • Gareth Jones: Cymro o gogledd dwyrain Cymru yma yn gogledd dwyrain Llundain.
      Fluent speaker | Facebook | Twitter
    • Gary gwallt: Gary gwallt
      Fluent speaker
    • Guto Rhys: Contact gutorhys@yahoo.com for classes and Welsh language group.
      Native speaker
    • Kim Jones: Im half Welsh and love the language! Dw i'n hoffi dysgu Cymraeg!!!!
      Currently learning
    • henddraig: I am in exile and value my language more as it helps with the hiraeth!
      Currently learning
    • Wendy Henderson: Dwi'n athrawes gerdd. Wedi byw yn Dubai ers 1995!
      Native speaker
    • Gregg Ashcroft: Dwi'n ddysgwr o'r iaith sy'n chwilio am fwy o gyfleuoedd i'w siarad o. Dwi'n dwad o Lancashire a ron i'n byw yn Gatalwnia am 4 blynedd.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Lowri Catrin Jones: Siardwraig Cymraeg yn gweithio i Fenter Iaith Sir Caerffili.
      Fluent speaker
    • Huw Rowlands: Gweithio i mudiad Cymraeg, i gynyddu denfydd Cymraeg o fewn busnesoedd ardal Caerffili.
      Fluent speaker
    • Huw Owen: Tiwtor Cymraeg i Oedolion yn ardal Aberystwyth.
      Fluent speaker
    • Ashley Owen: Ces i fy ngheni yn Nashville, TN, ond symudais i Gymru yn 2012. Nashville, TN native, living in Waes since 2012.
      Currently learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • Non Jones: Cymraes yng Nghaeredin - sa'n dda gen i gyfarfod eraill yma!
      Native speaker
    • Tomos williams: Would be great to have help to teach my daughter welsh in a mainly English speaking area.
      Fluent speaker
    • Gregg Ashcroft: Dwi'n ddysgwr o'r iaith sy'n chwilio am fwy o gyfleuoedd i'w siarad ac ymarfer o! A lancashire lad living in Wales.
      Currently learning
    • Ieuan Rhys: Welsh first language as is with my two boys.
      Native speaker
    • Eleanor Smith: Learner studying medieval Welsh as well
      Currently learning
    • Wyn Thomas: A oes ‘na Gymry eraill yn Cambodia?
      Fluent speaker
    • Ann Harris: Ysgol Gyfun Llanhari
      Welsh school
    • Sigrid Schultz-Kokerbeck: Dyn ni'n treilio ein gwiliau bob blwyddyn ger Y Fenny - dw i'n caru Cymru, felly roedd rhaid i fi dysgy Cymraeg hefyd!
      Currently learning
    • Bethan: O Aberystwyth i Bacchus Marsh
      Native speaker
    • Andrew Evans: Native speaker with a bilingual child and learner wife.
      Native speaker
    • Deiniol Carter: I'm a Cornishman who has learnt Welsh as an adult.
      Fluent speaker
    • Vicky : Would be amazing to speak Welsh somewhere near in London. Dwi'n fraidd yn rhydlyd!
      Fluent speaker
    • Megan Jones: Yn siarad Cymraeg gyda Dadi a fy mrawd. Wedi byw yn Lausanne ers cefais fy eni yn 2007
      Fluent speaker
    • International House Bristol: Croeso i bawb i'n dosbarthiadau Cymraeg. Everyone is welcome to join our Welsh classes.
      Welsh class | Website
    • Carolyn Francis: From Letterston in Pembrokeshire. Been in Victoria for 8 and a half years.
      Native speaker
    • Benjamin: Dwi'n siarad Cymraeg yn rhugl.
      Fluent speaker
    • Dafydd Pugh: Cymro Cymraeg o'r cymmoedd
      Fluent speaker
    • Rebecca Black: Keen to meet more people close to me learning or speaking Welsh! I fell in love with Snowdonia as a child...
      Currently learning
    • Pittsburgh St. David\'s Society: Classes held through Spring and Autumn terms. See site or contact us for further details.
      Welsh class | Website | Facebook
    • Jessica Davies: Dysgwr ers 2015, dw i'n wedi adrodd yn NAFOW 2017 yn iaith fy nhad-daid. Dw i'n wrth fy modd yn rhannu ein hiaith!
      Currently learning
    • Gillian Law: From Cardiff and have learnt Welsh in school and college in the past, loving being able to learn again even though I'm living in England.
      Currently learning
    • Russell Jones: Cyn dysgwr
      Fluent speaker
    • Leia: Amser i fi stopi dweud "dysgwyr"...
      Interested in learning | Twitter
    • Leri: Cymraes o Eryri
      Native speaker
    • Bob Brewster: A long time learner,determined to be able to converse with my grandchildren
      Currently learning
    • Edward Evans: Dw i'n trio'n dysgu Cymraeg. Yn araf.
      Currently learning
    • Edward Evans: Dw i'n trio'n dysgu Cymraeg. Yn araf.
      Currently learning
    • Jenny Dale: Live between Norfolk and North Wales - loving my Welsh learning journey
      Currently learning
    • Geraint H: Fluent Welsh speaker living in Newcastle under lyme
      Fluent speaker
    • Huw Davies: Yn enedigol o Sir Benfro
      Native speaker
    • Bari: Born in Wales and grew up in Canada. Trying to get back to my roots!
      Currently learning
    • kim erswell: Dwi'n breuddwyd o brynu tŷ yng Ngwynedd.
      Fluent speaker
    • Louise Houghton: I moved to Wales 2 years ago, hard to find a class at the right time to suit. I have learnt a little from friends so try and speak with them
      Interested in learning | Twitter
    • Huw: Fluent native speaker teaching my son.
      Interested in learning
    • Hugh Brightwell: Taset ti'n dysgu Cymraeg, da iawn ti, dal ati, mi ddaw. If you are learning Welsh, well done, keep at it, it will come.
      Fluent speaker
    • St David\'s Society: The St David's Society get together regularly for social events. Events include meeting up at various restaurants and bars
      Welsh group | Facebook
    • Renny Lloyd Prhys: Still learning; can sing in Welsh but not speak it very well despite grad school at Aberystwyth and living and working in Bangor.
      Currently learning
    • Pamela Penlington: Went to a Welsh speaking school from the age of 3
      Native speaker
    • Kate: Bangor girl, learned Welsh at school
      Fluent speaker
    • Guy and Margaret Nicholson: Beginners and Advanced Welsh classes at Kingborough U3A each Monday pm. No age restrictions.
      Welsh class
    • Gill Griffin: Welsh is my first language. My 2 children attended Welsh Medium School and speak Welsh
      Native speaker
    • Carolyn Pritchard: I want to learn Welsh
      Currently learning
    • Anna: so far I know less than 20 words of Welsh but would like to learn more
      Interested in learning
    • Angharad mai: Native speaker, also teaching my daughter
      Native speaker
    • Gillian Connolly: I'd like to meet people in my area who speak Welsh. Hoffwn i gwrdd â phobl sy'n siarad Cymraeg yn ardal Machen a Chaerphilly
      Fluent speaker
    • Paul Shaw: Currently learning
      Currently learning
    • Harriet: From Wales but never spoke Welsh
      Interested in learning
    • Tony Pritchard: Doing my bit to maintain our language
      Currently learning
    • Michael Hornsby: Siaradwr ‘newydd’ rhugl.
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Peter: Cymro Cymraeg, wedi bod yn byw yn Lloegr ers 1979
      Fluent speaker
    • Mike Hammond: dw i'n dysgu Cymraeg!
      Currently learning
    • Janet MacKenzie: Dw i'n dysgu Cymraeg achos dw i'n meddwl ei fod yn iaith ddiddorol a hardd iawn.
      Currently learning
    • Helen: O Glan Conwy yn wreiddiol
      Native speaker
    • David: Wel, dim rhugl go iawn a bod yn onest! Ond fedra i ddim parhau galw fy hun 'dysgwr' am byth!
      Fluent speaker
    • Welsh Class Brussels: Contact gutorhys@yahoo.com for details
      Welsh class
    • Lowri Roberts: Caru'r iaith a'r wlad!
      Native speaker
    • Anna: Nes i astudio Cymraeg ym Mrifysgol Aberystwyth! / I studied Welsh at Aberystwyth University! Cymraeg am byth 👍
      Fluent speaker
    • Alwen Jones: Been in Perth nearly 5 years now. Originally from corwen, north Wales
      Fluent speaker
    • Siarl Siviyer Dixon: Rwy mor unig! 😉
      Native speaker
    • John Robinson: Helo, bewth ydy dy enw di
      Fluent speaker
    • Kieron : Dwi'n dod o De Cymru ac wedi fod yn siarad y iaith ers fod yn tair mlwydd oed
      Fluent speaker
    • Rachael: Perth Welsh
      Welsh class
    • Antwn Owen-Hicks: I learned Welsh because the last native speakers in my family were great-grand parents. I decided to bring Welsh back into my family.
      Fluent speaker
    • Jess Andrews: Shwmae!
      Fluent speaker
    • Damian Phillips: Shwmae pawb!
      Native speaker
    • Paul Rees: My father was Welsh and I want to explore my heritage.
      Currently learning
    • Llyr Williams: Dwi'n siarad Cymraeg pob dydd yn fy ngwaith ac o gwmpas fy mro. Mae'n bwysig cadw'r iaith yn fyw.
      Native speaker
    • Ceris James: Yn wreiddiol o Gilgerran ger Aberteifi. Wedi bod mas yn Awstralia ers 1999. Un o hen ddysgyblion Ysgol Y Preseli, Crymych, Sir Benfro.
      Native speaker
    • Alex Lovell : Siaradwr rhugl yn y Gymraeg a ddysgodd fel ail iaith. Mae yn bosibl llwyddo, daliwch ati! Fluent Welsh speaker who learned as 2nd language.
      Fluent speaker
    • Dom Egan: I'm from Anglesey, but my parents were from Ireland and England, and I never learnt Welsh properly at school.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Huw Ellis: Rwy wedi byw yn Awstralia ers 1965, gynt o Aberaeron Ceredigion. Hiraeth am byth am fy hen gartref.
      Fluent speaker
    • Derrick : Derrick and Sandra Davies from Crymych
      Fluent speaker
    • Harry Neale: Mi nes i ddysgu Cymraeg ar fy mhen fy hun a mi hoffwn siarad â phobl yn yr ardal sy’n siarad yr iaith. Hwyl!
      Fluent speaker
    • GnD: Dw i eisiau siarad Cymraeg
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Jamie: Speak Welsh fluently both in work and with family
      Fluent speaker
    • Meirion Owen: Any beginner classes in the area would be handy for my wife.
      Fluent speaker
    • Dylan: Fluent speaker
      Fluent speaker
    • Owen Blacker: Cymro cymraeg roedd fy nhaid fi; dysgwr dw i.
      Currently learning | Facebook | Twitter
    • G Wall: Yn wreiddiol o Abertyleri. O bydded i'r heniaith barhau!
      Fluent speaker
    • Trystan Rees: Cymro yn South Yarra
      Fluent speaker
    • Suw: Dw i wed bod yn dysgu ers blynyddoedd, ac dw i'n ymarfer fy 'aural comprehension' trwy gwylio S4C ar hyn o bryd.
      Currently learning
    • Ysgol Bro Alun: Welsh Medium Primary School
      Welsh school
    • A. G. van Hamel Foundation for Celtic Studies: Welsh class for beginners on Sat 18 November. Follow the link to find out more.
      Welsh class | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Mary C Gilchrist: I heard some short phrases as a child from my grandfather and learned to say Llanfairpg.... Have been studying in Phoenix since 1999.
      Currently learning
    • Mari Smith: Dwi ac Isaac y mab yn siarad Cymraeg!!
      Native speaker
    • Mari Smith: Dwi ac Isaac y mab yn siarad Cymraeg!!
      Native speaker
    • Mari Smith: Dwi ac Isaac y mab yn siarad Cymraeg!!
      Native speaker
    • Mari Smith: Dwi ac Isaac y mab yn siarad Cymraeg!!
      Native speaker
    • Mari Smith: Dwi ac Isaac y mab yn siarad Cymraeg!!
      Native speaker
    • Mari Smith: Dwi ac Isaac y mab yn siarad Cymraeg!!
      Native speaker
    • Philip Newton: Learning with SSiW (North) and Rownd a Rownd 😀
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Sam Evans : From Rhyl, currently living in Leeds for university! Yma o hyd 🐉
      Currently learning
    • Mari Smith: Dwi ac Isaac y mab yn siarad Cymraeg!!
      Native speaker
    • Lawrence Williams: Dysgwr
      Fluent speaker
    • David L Detamore: I am a Presbyterian Pastor trying to learn Welsh.
      Currently learning
    • Amber Smith: From Caernarfon.
      Fluent speaker
    • Eriu Leipzig: Sue mae, pawb! We are society for Celtic and Minority languages in Leipzig! Contact us: eriu-leipzig@gmx.de
      Welsh group | Website | Facebook
    • Joe Simpson: Language graduate and Welsh-language enthusiast working at York Uni.
      Currently learning
    • Jack Pulman-Slater: un o Sir Benfro yn Walworth.
      Native speaker
    • Megan: cymraes
      Fluent speaker
    • Ruth Franklin : Yn wreiddiol o Gyffordd Llandudno. Wedi bod yn byw yn Llundain ers 2000.
      Native speaker
    • Amanda Mackie: Dwi'n dysgu Cymraeg. Dwi'n eisiau gallu siarad rhygl. Pob luc i pawb pwy si'n dysgu hefyd.
      Native speaker
    • Sandra McKenzie: I am learning Welsh, now doing Cwrs Meistroli.
      Currently learning
    • Matt Adams: I would love to be able to speak my partner's first language fluently!
      Currently learning
    • Karl C: Dw i'n caru
      Currently learning
    • Emily : Fy mam-gu yn siarad Cymraeg, felly, dw’in eisiau siarad Cymraeg hefyd!
      Currently learning
    • Claudia: I am learning Welsh on Duolingo.
      Currently learning

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