Where and How to learn Welsh

What’s the best way of learning Welsh?

There are many ways to learn Welsh. If you’re looking for an online course, try these websites:

DuoLingo (also available as an App for your smartphone)

Say Something in Welsh

BBC

This website also is building a collection of free resources that you can use to help you learn Welsh.

 

If you prefer to learn through textbook or via CDs, visit the shop window page to see a selection of what’s currently available. Click here.

 

Where can I learn Welsh?

Many people prefer to go to a class to learn Welsh. There are many options available across Wales and even further afield! You can attend weekly lessons (normally 2 hours a week), a blended course where you do some of your study online and some in class. There are also intensive classes where you can study for at least a week 9-5, residential or non-residential.

The best way to learn the language would be to attend an intensive summer school where you’re immersed in the language over a few weeks.

You can find information regarding classes in your area through visiting the National Centre for Learning Welsh website. Click here.

Intensive residential courses are held in Nant Gwrtheyrn throughout the year. Click here to visit their website.

Cymdeithas Madog is an organization in North America which helps people learn Welsh. They run an intensive week long course at a different place in North America every year. Click here for more information.

Welsh classes are also held in London. Visit the London Welsh Centre’s website for further information. Click here. They also hold a wide range of Welsh cultural activities around London.

In Liverpool, you can find information on events and Welsh classes on the Liverpool Welsh website. Click here.

In Derby the Welsh Learners Circle meets on a monthly basis. You can find more information on their website. Click here.

You can also learn Welsh in Bristol. Visit the International House Bristol website for more information. Click here.

Birmingham Welsh Society meet regularly and you can find further information on their website. Click here.

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