I do the same! (Except I just take screenshots of it…) I also find it easier to see the word once I know it, it starts forming into a language in my mind, then. I tend to learn the alphabet of a language first; I have also done the same with the Welsh alphabet.
I find it interesting that there is no “J” in the Welsh alphabet, and yet there are so many of the surname “Jones” in Wales.
I’ve heard that the name ‘Jones’ isn’t an original Welsh name, which might explain that. I don’t know where the name did come from, though!
Done it! Most of my sentences are to do with going to the Eisteddfod Genedlaethol and/or learning the song I shall be singing in Maes D on Diwrnod Dysgwyr!
Done it, diolch!
Dw i isio mynd am dro efo ci yn y coed
Dwi’n mynd i siopa heno
Fedra i ddim cofio sut i siarad Cymraeg
Dw i angen ymarfer pob dydd
Beth ti’m isio deud?
Ond dw i’n mwynhau dysgu Cymraeg
On i isio deud unrhw beth arall
Dw i newydd ddechrau dysgu Cymraeg
Dw i wedi anghofio sut i ddeud beth dw i isio deud
On i drio deud rhwbeth
Dw i isio deud bo fi angen dysgu diddorol
Rhaid i mi ymarfer mwy
Liciwn i siarad Cymraeg yn dda iawn
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Can you look at this list of words/structures and say - out loud - a sentence for each of them?
In less than 5 minutes?
If you can, please post in here to say ‘Done it!’ so that we can shower you with praise and recognition…
If you can’t yet,
Done it, surprisingly, although probably cheated by making every sentence about my ability or otherwise to sharad Cymraeg.
All finished! Biggest stumble being my lack of imagination in thinking up a sentence containing “that I need”…
I’ve DONE IT!
Done it. Not very original but I managed to make up sentences without reference to the vocab listing in the challenges.
Managed it !
Bore da .brian dwi.my first week and I have done ok . Hayley
Oops should be hywl.
Completed in 2.75 minutes…surprised myself with that!