Draig Werdd is pleased to be able to announce that following the success of the first two classes a further Welsh language class for people that wish to progress beyond the beginner’s level will be held in Dublin this spring. The class will be taught by Richard Morgan and will take place in Gael Linn, 35 Dame Street, Dublin 2 on Tuesday evenings from 5.30pm to 7pm.
The course will assume that students have substantially completed the Cwrs Mynediad book by the Welsh Joint Education Committee and have also made significant progress on the Duolingo Welsh English course that is available on-line and also on a smartphone app. The Duolingo course has now reached 1 million users. The course book to be used will be the Cwrs Sylfaen (South Wales version), which is available on the internet via Amazon, Book Depository, GWales and other websites. The course will also include well-known poetry, hymns and short passages of text as appropriate.
The class begins on Tuesday the 10th of April and will run for 10 weeks. The cost of the course will be €80 for full-time students, €100 for Draig Werdd members and €120 for all others. Classes will be limited to a maximum of 8 participants.
If you are interested in attending the class please send an email with your details to email@example.com and Richard will get back in contact with you to give you the necessary details.
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Hi there, I completed a beginner’s course in Welsh a few years ago and would love to take it up again. I wonder if you intend to run classes again, perhaps in September? Many thanks.
Hello Orna – we will probably be running Welsh classes again in September. If you send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org then our class leader Richard Morgan will get back to you with the details.