I had a plan to make next post in here on Saturday, but there are so many posts mentioning me that it seams an eternity since my last post so here I am. I’d like to give some answers to some posts first. But since this software doesn't let you mention more then 10 people (what is understandable) it'll have to be two parter ...
Thank you @annaC for letting me make an atempt to cheer you up and encourage you one particular time you felt your learning is not going anywhere and life wasn’t too good to you. It was inspirational momment which gave something to me too. It was special feeling which I just had to express somehow, a wish to help in some way. Hope it worked. For all who missed that, here’s that moment of time ...
@Mererid, I’m sorry to hear you’re not well at the moment and I do hope you’ll get better soon. I wondered many times where you might quietly vanish to and what happened and I’m glad you came back on here and if only to thank Bronween. And, yes, I know that thingy about peering into the forum and being aware a bit later that it’s not that particular year anymore but one or two next ones. - hehe. Just that such passion involves nights as far as concerns me.
@seren thank you for mentioning me although I didn’t really do much more for you then being kind and tried to be supportive which last I failed to be quite some times though.
@garethrking I hope this includes me to so thank you. At the moment I’m not too passionate about learning but I’m slowly going somewhere near to kind of success in my learning proces.
@netmouse it was all my pleasure to talk with you no matter in the group chat or after it already ended. But I doubt it was kind of fix of your Cymraeg really, speaking with me. I could hardly teach anyone anything or being a step to “fluency”. Well, but any exercise is good exercise so thank you to call in.
@ramblingjohn thank you for having me in this “international madness” of Skype group. You’re always so supportive and most of all you’re a great listener. And, you are good at languages, believe me, it’s just that you don’t know that yet (or you don’t want to know ). You helped me a lot.
@AnthonyCusack the thank you goes back to you. I so enjoyed your singing and, to be honest, the real thanks would be grabbing (buying of course) a CD of yours at some point in the future. Such a strong and brilliant voice just should not go to waste or should not be somewhere in the background. Oh, and for check out if you’ve named all here it is something ... this is the ending part of 1:47 long Bootcamp video I’ve put together and is available (only) to July 2016 bootcampers but I dared to extract this out of it for all of you to enjoy.
And ... there surely will be another Skype chat at some point and that time you’d hopefully be able to join us.
@philipnewton it’s hard to talk things with the person who you don’t really know and even harder if the language you speak in is 3rd language actually, but I always tried to talk something different from ordinary “lesson” stuff if even a bit of a nonsense. However I’m sorry I didn’t have a chance to really talk something of your interest when we were in group chats together but sadly I just don’t watch Round a rund which seamed to interest you the most at that point. I’m not that kind of person who would know the world ... our country is little one with quite different habits and happenings from the rest of the Europe ... But you made huge improvement in your Welsh so I can perfectly understand you for that matter. The language is always the matter of talking to someone with enjoyment and not that much of a practice itself. Whatever, it wuld be a shame you’d quit on your Welsh now. Dal ati. Remember ... I’m not living in Wales either, have no family connections anywhere near Wales and Welsh at all as well and for that matter It’d be less possible to ever meet someone speaking Welsh in my country (if Margaret doesn’t appear in Ljubljana ) and I’m still here learning.
@Pete2 thank you for incluing me in your “circle” and even more, thank you for comming back from little disappearance off the forum a while ago. The forum and the whole learning wouldn’t be the same without you. And if I managed to be helpful in any way at all, then I’m even happier.
@brigitte - my only regular Skype speaking partner - thanks goes to you. I woudl probably not talk so much Welsh if there wouldn’t be yuo, willing to speak with me every single week (with some exceptions which forced us not to at the time). I’m so glad we could meet at the bootcamp. Knowing you would be there made me much less frightened of comming there. I really enjoyed that awesome week and I enjoy our conversations very much. For all the rest here - we talk aproximately 1:30 or even 2 hours (except some words) totally in Welsh. every Saturday.
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