First of all be honest with yourself! If you don’t really want to learn Welsh, you won’t. But if you are determined, you will succeed!
Today, the emphasis is on speaking Welsh – forget your schooldays! Have fun whilst learning!
"Learning Welsh is a journey", with two main pathways
PROGRESSION ROUTE: From beginners to fluency
WLPAN Intensive courses are for those who want to learn quickly. Frequent contact with the language boosts your confidence. Progress is fast and the success rate very high, especially if you've done some Welsh already. If you can spare the time, these are the best courses for you. Once you've completed an intensive course, you'll be well on the way to complete fluency.
Book early as these courses are very popular! Call 01495 333 710!
or Email email@example.com
Once a Week Class
For many, one class a week is the most they can spare. Obviously your progress will be slower than if you were to take the intensive class, but you can supplement it with Day Schools and Weekend Courses . Despite the slower progress, many learners have enjoyed learning this way - and succeeded.
Why not give it a try? Call 01495 333 710! or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Now that you’re learning Welsh, you’ll have realised that the secret of success is to practise your Welsh (however much you have!) as much as possible.
Welsh is Welsh, or Welsh is Cymraeg as we might say, and as one of Europe’s Oldest
languages you could enjoy spending a long time learning the whole Welsh Language.
Or, you could just go for the less stressful approach of Cymraeg Lite!
It’s a bit like cheating in the kitchen. Maximum results with minimum input.
Many people are busy and many only want to know enough to get by. You learn some Welsh but not
everything. To greet the neighbours, say a few words in the coffee shop or read nursery stories to your children. To sing the National anthem without having to mime or mumble your way through hoping that friends and family will not listen too closely or to be more confident in answering the phone at work.
Our Cymraeg Lite taster courses could be just what you are looking for with around 20 hours’ work
instead of the normal 60 hours.
These can be specific Welsh for the Family or Welsh in the Workplace sessions so that your efforts are really focused on learning what you want to learn.
Should you want to go on and do more – that’s fine. If you find that the Cymraeg Lite session is enough – that’s fine as well.
Learning some Welsh is easier than you think – give it a go!