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    • Sreejith AJ: I like this language a lot. If anyone can help, native speaker/learner, let me know. Hwyl ツ
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Matt: English going to a Welsh University. Learning Welsh so once I've finished my degree I can move to Cymru. Love you Cymru
      Currently learning
    • Welsh Society of Delaware: Cymraes o Fangor, Gwynedd.
      Welsh group
    • Welsh Society of Delaware: Cymraes o Fangor, Gwynedd.
      Welsh group
    • Andreas: Hoffwn i ddysgu Cymraeg achos dw i'n meddwl bod hi'n iath hyfryd a diddorol iawn!
      Currently learning
    • Mick blowes : Learning with ssiw
      Currently learning
    • Chris Weber: Learning online with Prifysgol Bangor and interested in meeting other speakers for conversation.
      Currently learning
    • Lowri Ellis: Welsh is my first language
      Native speaker
    • James Lick: I've been learning Welsh on Duolingo.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Rob Owen: I have Welsh ancestors
      Interested in learning
    • Rhodri: Boi bach o gymru yn y byd mawr. 23 oed, byw yn awstralia, gweitho ar hyd Sydney Road. Dewch i gweud 'siwmae' rhyw bryd
      Native speaker
    • Tyler J ApRhosier: 2 Pagans learning Welsh
      Currently learning
    • Siân Levy : Learning with Duolingo and help from Bradford Welsh Society
      Currently learning
    • Tatiyana Kerr: Hoping to learn my native language
      Interested in learning
    • Rachel J: I spoke fluent Welsh when in school but have forgotten a lot.
      Currently learning
    • Mark Davis: My family eight generations removed came from Carmarthen to the US. I'm studying as a tribute to my heritage.
      Currently learning
    • Sarah: Lived in Wales for nearly 8 years now, time I learnt to speak Welsh 😀
      Currently learning
    • Robert Davies: I was born in Cardifff, in Canada since 3. I am slowly teaching myself Welsh, but wish to practice speaking the North Wales accent.
      Currently learning
    • Heather DeFer: My maiden name is Evans and my paternal lines all lived in Wales until the 1930’s. The Hiraeth is strong!
      Currently learning
    • Alan Vernon-Jones: Yn wreiddiol o Benrhyndeudraeth, Teulu gyd yn siaradwyr Cymraeg 🙂
      Native speaker
    • Owain C: Dw i'n siarad cymraeg dim ond gyda fy nheulu
      Fluent speaker
    • Huw Jones: Welsh Native speaker and my two kids are speaking Welsh.
      Native speaker
    • Billy James: Grandfather and paternal ancestors Welsh speakers from North Wales, but I am finding it difficult due to having nobody else to practice with
      Currently learning
    • Sian: The entire family in Wales are Welsh bi-lingual and I have lost my Welsh growing up in the US
      Currently learning
    • Emma: I'm currently studying Welsh at Cardiff University
      Fluent speaker
    • Anthony Linden Jones: My father's father's parents were Welsh speakers
      Currently learning
    • Gary Roach : Went to school in the old Monmouthshire (70's). Forced to do Latin. No Welsh option.
      Currently learning
    • Ronja: I‘m currently learning Welsh because I think it is a beautiful language.
      Currently learning
    • Thomas Tudor Jones: Boi o'r Cymoedd / Valleys boy.
      Fluent speaker
    • Anwen: Siaradwr Rhugl Cymraeg Iaith Gyntaf / Fluent First Language Welsh Speaker
      Fluent speaker
    • Eleri Jenkins: Fluent Welsh Speaker from Cwmtwrch, South Wales
      Fluent speaker
    • Dai Thomas: Iaith gyntaf felly'n rhugl / First language so am fluent
      Fluent speaker
    • Eirian Pascoe-Jones: I am trying to learn Welsh as my father was a native speaker and I always wanted to speak too!
      Currently learning
    • Arfon williams: Ap Canlyn I bawb syn siarad neu yn dysgu Cymraeg
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Katy Mabe: I am a fluent welsh speaker
      Fluent speaker
    • Clair Richards: I'm currently learning Welsh through duolingo. Anyone who can help me practise please get in touch.
      Currently learning
    • Gillian Hodkinson: Grew up in Marian-glas Anglesey. Mum welsh.
      Currently learning
    • Russell Todd: Wedi dysgu Cymraeg i ruglder fel ail iaith o deulu di-Gymraeg ers 4 genhedlaeth. Codi 3 phlant gyda'r iaith
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Judith Davies: Currently learning at Lefel Uwch 2 and teaching adults at Lefel Mynediad 1 as a volunteer tutor.
      Currently learning
    • Gwenllian Hafren: Cymraes
      Native speaker
    • Robert Phillips: Shwmae
      Currently learning
    • Morgan L Evans: Dw i wedi bod yn dysgu Cymraeg am tua pedwar blynyddoedd, a wedi ymweld Cymru yn 2016.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Tracey sharratt: Welsh learner
      Currently learning |
    • Becky Davies: Dwi'n siaradwr Cymraeg o Bencoed yn gweithio del cefnogwr gwaith Cymraeg yn y DWP.
      Native speaker
    • Rhys Huws: Byw ac yn gweithio ym Melffast erbyn hyn 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
      Fluent speaker
    • Sharon Huws: I moved from Wales to Belfast 2 years ago for a job in Queen's University. Welsh is my first language.
      Native speaker
    • Hefin Davies: Croeso!
      Native speaker
    • James Williams: Dechreuais i ddysgu Cymraeg ar ôl i fi symud i Gymru wyth mlynedd yn ôl. Sw i mor falch o'r iaith.
      Fluent speaker
    • Simona: Dw i'n dod o Slofacia yn wreiddiol, ond ro'n i'n astudio yng Nghymru. Byddwn i'n licio cwrdd â siaradwyr Cymraeg arall ym Mratislava.
      Fluent speaker
    • Amelia: Learning to use with children in my care
      Currently learning
    • Pauline Bevan: Visiting a village pub in Wales everyone was speaking Welsh except me. I am Welsh and want to be part of the gang!
      Currently learning
    • Valeria : Dw i’n Byw yng nghaerdydd ond Dw i’n dod o’r Eidal yn wreiddiol. Dw i’n dysgu Cymreag silfaen 1☺️
      Currently learning
    • Christopher Robbins: Studied Welsh in a university setting for a few years. Intermediate speaker; would love more Welsh-language conversation.
      Currently learning
    • John Baker: 25 years and 1000 miles from Pen Llyn
      Fluent speaker
    • Meredith: Learning Welsh because my great-great grandparents emigrated to the US from the Merthyr/Aberdare region of Wales
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Simon Rees : Siaradwyr Cymraeg yn wreiddiol o Sir Gaerfyrddin.
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • John: Currently learning Welsh
      Currently learning
    • Trevor Jones: I’m learning Welsh because a grandparent on each side spoke Welsh, and because my daughter is in Welsh medium education
      Currently learning
    • Amanda: My grandfather was from Wales. I am trying to learn some Welsh and hope to visit Wales soon.
      Interested in learning
    • Martin: Martin
      Currently learning
    • Cory Stevens: I like the sound of Welsh, so I'm learning it.
      Interested in learning
    • Brigham Young University: Brigham Young University offers 5 language courses each seester and Welsh languare choir Fall Semester.
      Welsh class
    • Dafydd: Restoring the language I should have learned as a child.
      Currently learning
    • Gavin Humphreys: Hoffwn i weld mwy o farcwyr yn y Barri o siaradwyr arall yn yr ardal! I would like to see more markers in Barry from other speakers here!
      Fluent speaker
    • Gavin Humphreys: Hoffwn i weld mwy o farcwyr yn y Barri o siaradwyr arall yn yr ardal! I would like to see more markers in Barry from other speakers here!
      Fluent speaker
    • James Griffiths: I am interested in learning and improving my Welsh.
      Currently learning
    • Jacqui Davies : Hi currently learning Welsh, my children are fluent and I'd like to be able to converse with them, it's our heritage so it would be lovely.
      Currently learning
    • Dianne Chapman: born Pontypridd South Wales learnt some Welsh as a child trying to learn more, now.
      Currently learning
    • Marcus Whitfield: I learnt basic Welsh at School and 33 years later, i found it on duo lingo. 60 days at 20 minutes a day into Duo lingo and starting SSIW
      Currently learning |
    • Dareth Gruneberg: Shw mae bawb
      Currently learning
    • Paul Crimes: Born and raised on Anglesey, but have lived in Yorkshire for over 30 years now. Welsh is still my first language and always will be.
      Native speaker | Facebook
    • debbie hegland: learning the great language of my father
      Currently learning
    • Will: I'm learning Welsh since my great grandmother was a Welsh speaker and my Mum's family are historically from Wales.
      Currently learning
    • llinos haf: Henffych o Ddeiniolen!
      Native speaker
    • Stephanie : O Amlwch, Sir Fôn YB wreiddiol.
      Native speaker
    • efa: shwmai
      Fluent speaker
    • Blake Reynolds : Love Wales and Welsh culture and heritage.
      Currently learning
    • Kathy Jones: Learnt Welsh as an adult
      Fluent speaker
    • Marmidotte: Learning welsh, but still a beginner...
      Currently learning
    • Kathryn Germain : Os oes rhywun yn byw yma yn yr Algarve sydd am gysylltu a siarad yn Gymraeg - rhowch wybod! kathryngermain@mail.com
      Native speaker
    • Caroline Murphy: Siaradwr rhugl. Yn dysgu Cymraeg i oedolion eraill ac yn hynod o falch i wneud. | Teach Welsh to adults and so proud to do so. Irish descent
      Fluent speaker
    • Gwenno Owen: Yn wreiddiol o Sir Fon ond bellach yn byw yng Nghaerdydd, wedi ymweld a siaradwyr cymraeg ym Mhatagonia! 🙂
      Fluent speaker
    • Ffion Hâf: Siarad yn rhygl ac yn wreiddiol o'r ardal Penmaenmawr, dwi hefyd yn siarad cymraeg i fy mhlant a fydd yn tyfu i siarad cymraeg iaith gyntaf
      Fluent speaker
    • Emma Brown: I’m learning Welsh to teach others how to speak the language.
      Currently learning
    • Katy Edmunds: Siarad cymraeg trwy’r dydd, pob dydd.
      Fluent speaker
    • Jan Quin: Dw i'n mwynhau dysgu Cymraeg.
      Currently learning
    • David Eley-Adach: I relocated here with my wife and baby, and wanted to learn straight away. We moved in January and have been learning ever since.
      Currently learning
    • Jeffery R. Padfield: My great-grandparents migrated to the USA from Maesteg, Wales. in 1883. The spoke English in public, but Welsh at home
      Currently learning
    • Jane Gorell: Dw i'n dysgu Cymraeg a dw i'n mwynhau .
      Currently learning
    • Ceri Roberts: I am currently on a welsh sabbatical from school learning Welsh.
      Currently learning
    • Annie Rodgers: Intermediate Welsh learner.
      Currently learning
    • Tony : dw i'n hoffi cymraeg
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Aoife Ní Oistín: Dw I wedi bod yn dysgu Cymraeg am dri mis. Learning Welsh so I can converse with our nearest Celtic neighbours.
      Currently learning
    • Logan: 3rd Generation Welsh American. Grandfather was born and raised in Wales.
      Interested in learning
    • Terri: Duolingo and SSiW
      Currently learning
    • Mary (Morris) Attwell: Hapus iawn fod Cymraeg yn fyw! Very pleased that Welsh is still alive!
      Native speaker
    • Tony Jones: Important to keep the language alive.
      Currently learning |
    • Margaret Taylor-Hill: Dw i'n trio siarad Cymraeg bob dydd. I didn't have the opportunity to learn when I was younger so now I am loving this since moving to Nort
      Currently learning
    • Gladys pritchard: Gladys o penrhyndeudraeth yn byw yn twrci ers 15 blwyddyn zx
      Fluent speaker
    • Ben: I would like to learn Welsh to keep the language alive
      Interested in learning
    • Curiad : We publish Welsh music by contemporary Welsh composers mainly. Choirs are our main customer base.
      Native speaker | Website | Facebook | Twitter
    • Cath Fincher: Currently learning Welsh, interested in contact with other speakers to improve my spoken Welsh.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Neil Sands: Former teacher of Welsh to adults in Aberystwyth
      Fluent speaker
    • Kaitlyn: I often visit Wales and have lots of family there so I am interested in improving my fluency.
      Currently learning
    • Mark Parsons: I am of Welsh lineage from both my mother and father. My choirs have sung Welsh for more than 20 years. I have taken choirs to Wales.
      Interested in learning
    • Mary McGuyer: Yn enedigol o Sir Fon. Cynraes Cymraes i’r carn! Yn Texas ers 2004. Anglesey born and bred. Native Welsh speaker.
      Native speaker
    • Mary McGuyer: Yn enedigol o Sir Fon. Cynraes Cymraes i’r carn! Yn Texas ers 2004. Anglesey born and bred. Native Welsh speaker.
      Native speaker
    • Anne Marie Sheridan: Croeso Yma!!!!
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Lois Holmes: Teulu o Gymru yn byw yma ers 2018
      Native speaker
    • Edward John Evans : O fydded i’r hen iaith barhau 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
      Native speaker
    • Matthew David Wills: I'm currently learning Welsh and I am loving it. My Grandad is from Wales!
      Currently learning
    • Pauline Potter: I am currently learning Welsh as I was touched by the rugby fans and their hymn singing when Wales played Tonga last year (2018). Diolch
      Currently learning
    • Kayleigh: Shwmae pawb
      Native speaker
    • Stephen Morris: Would love to learn Welsh as my dad was Welsh
      Interested in learning
    • Sioned : Hogan o Ynys Mon!
      Fluent speaker
    • Andrew: I am love learning Welsh. It is a fun and unique language.
      Currently learning
    • Craig: Land of my fathers and gods own country
      Interested in learning
    • Robyn Watkins Weaver: Learning Welch. Maternal grandfather from Wales and paternal greatgrandfather also from Wakes
      Currently learning
    • Hans: Start learning know a few basic words. Hope to learn to speak it on holliday in Wales and friends there.
      Currently learning
    • Christina Tenazinha: One day I will be able to speak the language of my forefathers.
      Currently learning
    • Rhian: Welsh a Proud 😍
      Native speaker
    • Car Bell: Born in Bridgend went to Pen-y-bony and Llanharri
      Native speaker
    • Tony: Yn byw yn Lloegr ond mae fy nghalon yn Ynys Môn
      Fluent speaker
    • Carol: Left Wales in 1978, still speak Welsh.
      Fluent speaker
    • Owain Owen: Dw i’n dysgu Cymraeg ym Mhorthcawl.
      Currently learning
    • John Hughes: Croeso i pawb sydd yn siarad Cymraeg...
      Native speaker
    • Lynne morton : The welsh language should be taught in schools
      Currently learning
    • NC Welsh Learners Group: My friend and I are both originally from North Wales; myself from Amlwch Sîr Ynys Môn, and my friend is from Mochdre.
      Native speaker | Website
    • Leo: Dw i isio dysgu Cymraeg achos mae'r iath bert iawn
      Currently learning
    • Kai: I'd like to learn Welsh because I think it's a really phonetically interesting language. It just sounds really cool.
      Currently learning
    • Calfyn Roberts: Cymraeg yng Nghlasgow
      Native speaker
    • Lars: Yn dysgu'r iaith ers gormod o amser.
      Currently learning
    • AJ Marsh: Rydw i’n siarad Cymraeg yn dda ac mae gen i ddiddordeb yn nabod siaradwyr arall.
      Currently learning
    • Ceona Salve: I would like to learn Welsh to learn more about linguistics.
      Currently learning
    • Laurence O\\\\\\\'Callan West: I would like to master the Welsh dialect of North Wales. My grandmother introduced me to the language.
      Currently learning
    • Jason Bullett: Shwmae
      Currently learning
    • Ilid Williams: Shwmai o Ashbury!
      Fluent speaker
    • Sara Hayes: Learning with SaySomethinginWelsh and a friend/Welsh teacher because my grandchildren go to Welsh medium school. Enjoying the journey.
      Currently learning
    • Doug: I visit Wales regularly and like to use Welsh whenever I can.
      Currently learning
    • Rebekah Cook: I've been learning Welsh with Say Something in Welsh and Duolingo since November 2018.
      Currently learning
    • Paul Hughes: I would like to learn Welsh as I promised my Nain I would one day.
      Currently learning
    • Susanna: I have learned Welsh with SaySomethingInWelsh. Happy to chat.
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Jenn Milazzo: I just started learning in October and loving it so far.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Phil Jones: Learning Welsh with SSIW
      Currently learning
    • Jake: Cymru am byth 😊 I live in wrecsam and I'm learning Welsh.
      Currently learning
    • Sasha Lathrop: I am learning Welsh to feel connected to my past after knowing nothing about where my ancestors came from for nearly forty years.
      Currently learning
    • Ann: Learning Welsh with SSIW, College and Duolingo
      Currently learning
    • Ann: Learning Welsh with SSIW, College and Duolingo
      Currently learning
    • Mesen: Yn falch o fod yn rhan o hyn
      Native speaker
    • Evan Jones: Iawn cont
      Currently learning
    • Vincent Wibier: I'd like to prove to myself that I am able to learn Welsh and enjoy it while visiting Wales
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Ingrid: Dwi isio dysgu Cymraeg, achos dwin caru Cymru! 🙂
      Currently learning
    • Ingrid: Dwi isio dysgu Cymraeg, achos dwin caru Cymru! 🙂
      Currently learning
    • Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen: This is a sgwl in canarfyn ie!
      Interested in learning
    • Fin-dogga: Oi! Lawr o fanna rwan!
      Native speaker
    • Alun Emery: Cymro! Ask if you need lessons!
      Interested in learning
    • Jessica Tallon: I've started to learn welsh as of 2019. I'm originally from the north of England but moved to Sweden to be with my partner.
      Currently learning
    • Meurig Jones: A fluent "Gog" living in exile in "Gwlad-yr-Hâf" originally from Caernarfon.
      Fluent speaker |
    • Gareth: Caernarfon lad here in LA. Croeso I pawb! 🙂
      Interested in learning
    • Harry Hall: Would love someone to study with or just to talk about Welsh culture
      Interested in learning
    • Nathan Lloyd: There's a very active Welsh community in the Öresund region (Skåne region Sweden and THE Sjælland Island of Denmark).
      Fluent speaker
    • Jessica : I am currently learning welsh along with my children
      Currently learning
    • Morten: Dano-Norwegian loves Cymru, history and 90s welsh bands.
      Interested in learning | Twitter
    • Matthew Roberts: Because i want to be able to speak the language of my country
      Currently learning
    • Sioned Graves: O Gaerdydd yn wreiddiol, ond yn yn y brifysgol yn Durham erbyn hyn
      Native speaker
    • Thomas: Learning Welsh out of interest.
      Currently learning
    • Jack Lloyd: Llove to meet and chat with welsh speakers and learners to maintain and expand my iaith
      Fluent speaker
    • Kelsey Wright: I’m just learning for fun, and having fun while learning!
      Currently learning
    • Gareth Nicholas: Fellow Welsh rugby fans in Scotland enquire within
      Native speaker
    • Johnathan James: Helo o'r Alban! ... Byddaf yn symud i'r Almaen cyn bo hir ... mae'r iaith yn fyw ar ddraws y byd i gyd!!
      Fluent speaker | Facebook
    • Martin Kahnberg: Trying to learn the most beautiful language in the world. Dw i'n ceisio dysgu'r iaith mwya prydferth yn y byd. Lefel Sylfaen ar hyn o bryd.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Michael Schroeder: Currently a beginning learner
      Currently learning
    • Welsh-American Heritage Museum: Classes begin January 31st and run for 10 weeks. Contact drowbotham@rio.edu for more information!
      Welsh class
    • Alice: Only genetic heritage I know is very very Welsh. Interested in pre-Roman religious traditions and Welsh rebellion against colonialism.
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Andrew Mulligan: I am learning Welsh as I am from Chester, and am at least 1/4 Welsh.
      Currently learning
    • GC: I like learning languages!
      Currently learning
    • Alex James: Dwi'n hoffi dysgu Cymraeg
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Stephanie Alice Wynn Bradley: I love Welsh - I am doing an MA about Welsh mythology and my partner grew up in N Wales and can speak it. We go there every year.
      Currently learning
    • Brooke: I am learning because I have ancestors from Wales, but mostly because I want to help preserve a language that isn't well known in the world.
      Currently learning
    • Daria : I'm enchanted by Welsh and I'd love to learn it properly.
      Currently learning
    • Owen Wills: Dw i'n dysgu Cymraeg achos mae'n ddiddoral!
      Currently learning
    • Welsh American Society of Northern California: Cymraes o Ddinbych!
      Native speaker | Website
    • susan: Caru'r Gymraeg
      Fluent speaker
    • Susan Davies: Love learning the Welsh language. Currently at level Uwch.
      Currently learning
    • Cynthia Phillips : I am learning Welsh because I have ancestors from North Wales
      Currently learning
    • Violet Snow: I have some Welsh ancestors and am happy to be learning the language, which I have always found beautiful. I love cynghanedd!
      Currently learning
    • Jayne: My daughter is bilingual attending a Welsh school. I decided to keep up with her and learn too. We're Welsh, so why not siarad?
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Leigh Mileur: I have been fascinated with this language since I found a CD of Welsh music about 12 years ago at the library. I've learned some before.
      Interested in learning
    • Andrew Bell: Darlledwr gyda'r ABC ABC broadcaster
      Fluent speaker
    • Meurig Jones: A fluent "Gog" living in Gwlad-yr-Haf!
      Fluent speaker
    • Marisa Beaumont-Conway: Cenedl hen Iaith, Cenedl hen galon
      Fluent speaker
    • Neil Scourfield : Of Irish/Welsh ethnicity, I was born and bred here. I always wanted to learn but with Say Something in Welsh app I have made great progress
      Currently learning
    • Neil Scourfield : Of Irish/Welsh ethnicity, I was born and bred here. I always wanted to learn but with Say Something in Welsh app I have made great progress
      Currently learning
    • Laura: Currently using DuoLingo and Say Something in Welsh. Husband is Welsh but not Welsh speaking and he is learning too
      Currently learning
    • David Bee: Cofi yn byw a bod yn Wellington, Cymraeg yw fy iaith mam
      Native speaker
    • Lynette: Born in South Wales so would love yo speak my language
      Currently learning
    • Margaret Boquet : Hi! I started learning Welsh in summer 2017.
      Currently learning
    • Mick: Learning Welsh in Brisbane is so much harder than other capital cities. There are no formal classes, and very few groups to speak with.
      Currently learning
    • Marion Carling: I started learning Welsh 30 years ago, and love all the current online resources
      Currently learning
    • David A. Walker, Jr: Croeso a Ffiladelffia!
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Rachel: Welsh native with mediocre Welsh skills, but always looking to improve and use the language!
      Currently learning
    • Rebecca Frankenberry : Croeso
      Currently learning
    • Civis Romanus: Cyfarchion o Rufain!
      Currently learning
    • Karen Cowdrey : I am learning welsh to help my daughter
      Currently learning
    • Sally Gabriel: I don't want to loose the ability to speak Welsh.
      Fluent speaker
    • Asociación Cultural Galesa Puerto Madryn: Dan ni´n dysgu Cymraeg pob nos Lun, nos Fercher a nos Wener am 19:30. Croeso!
      Welsh class | Facebook
    • Christopher Norris : I am new to learning Welsh.
      Currently learning
    • Richard Skinner: Mum left S Wales 1936. I live in Sweden and learnt Welsh here. My daughter has taken it up too. Grandson is one. Ble mae'r lamp?
      Currently learning
    • Armin: Specialised in medieval welsh literature during my studies and also learned (and try to regularly practice) modern Welsh.
      Currently learning
    • Paul Williams: I am Welsh born, but moved away as a toddler.
      Interested in learning | Facebook
    • Karen : Learning for many years and living and working in the welsh language environment. Beautiful language 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
      Fluent speaker
    • Aynslie Hanna: Using Duolingo
      Currently learning
    • DAVID DETAMORE: I am a Presbyterian Pastor studying Welsh online.
      Currently learning
    • Fiona Dix: I’ve just moved to Wales with my husband who’s from Cardiff and I’m loving learning Welsh, just a beginner yet.
      Currently learning
    • Jason Griffin: Learning the language.
      Currently learning
    • Samantha evans: Helo pawb ! Yn manceinion ond yn dod o gogledd cymru !
      Fluent speaker
    • Naomi: Learning Welsh in France
      Currently learning
    • Lorna E. Davis: Born in Bangor North Wales. Left in 1973 for Zambia, now in Namibia. Very limited Welsh language 🙁
      Native speaker
    • Carol Mackie: Mi grandmother spoke Welsh, it is not easy but I will learn.
      Currently learning
    • Brian Blevins: i am starting to learn and would like to improve my learning process -
      Currently learning
    • Alejandro Pettovello: Dw i'n hoffi dysgu siarad Cymraeg!
      Welsh class
    • Martin Alabart: Dwi'n dod o y wladfa cymraeg ym Mhatagonia ond byw ym Muenos Aires rwan!
      Currently learning
    • Lowrie Fawley : My distant heritage is Welsh and I am in love with the language and culture
      Currently learning |
    • Donna Bloom: Ancestors came from Wales
      Currently learning
    • Ant Brickell: Dwy'm yn rhugl eto
      Currently learning
    • N.A. Wendte: The only Welsh word that survived in my family was "gwely," as in, "It's time to go to gwely." I'd like to have a few more words than that.
      Currently learning
    • Marion: Hi I am learning Welsh with SSIW and Duolingo. Would love to meet other learners in the area
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Sarah Stridgen : Welsh learner looking to meet like minded individuals
      Currently learning
    • Sarah Purdy: Engaged in serious study of Welsh
      Currently learning | Twitter
    • Jack Crofts: My family is from Gwynedd. I learned a bit from my Dad growing up and want fluency. Always looking for local speakers to practice with!
      Currently learning
    • Marion: Shwmae. I'm learning Welsh with SSIW and Duolingo. Would love the change to practice with others in the area.
      Currently learning
    • Cennydd Tudor: Dw i'n joio'r cyfle i ymarfer siarad cymraeg!
      Currently learning
    • Catrin Rees: Mae Cymraeg yn iaith fendigedig!
      Native speaker
    • Stephanie: Wedi dysgu Cymraeg fel ail iaith. Dod o Gymru, byw yn Chicago. Parhau i wella trwy wersi Skype.
      Fluent speaker
    • Ammity Connell: My lineage points to a hearty Welsh bloodline, so learning Welsh to fluency is a determination of mine.
      Currently learning
    • Deian P Jones: Cymro yn byw yn Huntly!
      Native speaker | Facebook
    • Liz: Enjoying learning Welsh
      Currently learning
    • Mirain Llyn Roberts: Fluent Welsh speaker currently living and working in Hanoi, Vietnam 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇻🇳
      Fluent speaker |
    • Mary Bateman : Helo 🙂 Mary dw i. Dechreuais ddysgu Cymraeg ym mis mawrth 2018, am roeddwn i eisiau ystudiau y lleoli chwedlau arthuriaidd.
      Currently learning
    • Penny Murfin: In 3rd year of learning Welsh!😀 #oldie
      Currently learning
    • Jesse : I'm learning Welsh because my ancestry is Welsh and I want to return the Welsh language to my descendants.
      Currently learning
    • Thom: Bore da! Dw i'n dod am Sir y Fflint a bwy yn Bratislafa heddiw.
      Fluent speaker | Twitter
    • Avrila Frazier: Lots of Welsh in my family tree but we lost the language several generations ago -- I'm trying to fix that.
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Alex Pelusi: I would love to connect with other Welsh learners and/or speakers, as well as other admirers of Welsh culture
      Currently learning | Facebook
    • Daniel: I am learning Welsh because a good amount of my ancestry is from there. Also, I just like languages.
      Currently learning
    • Simon Mackenzie: I'd like to have online chats with anyone else willing to practice and use Welsh.
      Fluent speaker
    • Deelicious Batista: Bing bang bong
      Native speaker
    • Chad Long: Fascinated by languages and want to learn more!
      Interested in learning
    • Tony Buckney : Determined to one day be able to read, converse and understand my own language. It's so very important to me
      Currently learning
    • Tony Buckney : Determined to one day be able to read, converse and understand my own language. It's so very important to me
      Currently learning
    • Alwyn Griffith: Cymro cymraeg
      Native speaker
    • Paolo Mandala: I'm learning Welsh because of King Arthur.
      Currently learning
    • Alan: Sais sy'n dysgu Cymraeg, rhywle yn Swydd Rydychen.
      Currently learning
    • Marvin Johanning: I am learning Welsh since I have been to Wales before and found its history and culture fascinating.
      Currently learning

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