As the same "Poldark" series teaches us, the fair-haired girls win:)
On a more serious note, thank you so very much for the words for lesson 1, I feel much less frustrated now. The prasebook on the Learn Cornish Now is also a great help, I recommend it to everyone who's starting together with me.
I went to university first in my hometown, Vitebsk (it's in the north of Belarus), then I went on to a university in Moscow, where I did history and theory of cultures. It was great, though sadly we didn't concentrate much on Celtic cultures. So it was a surprise for me when my karer told me about Cornwall having it's own Celtic language! (yes, I do feel ashamed) But I'm trying to make uo for my ignorance now.
Well, the absence of fun exercises won't be a problem for us, people who studied ancient languages? We're tough people The one problem I have with most of the Celtic language textbooks available now (I went though a lot) is that they mainly give lists of words to learn and not collocations, so when I put to words together to make an expression I never know whether it's acceptable or not (example in English: I can say bitterly sorry, but not bitterly happy, take a photo but not do a photo). I suggest that maybe if we meet some nice expressions, collocations or phrases, for example, when reading an article in Kernewek, we could share them here with other learners? What do you think?