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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Y Lolfa; Bilingual edition edition (1 Aug. 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0862433630
  • ISBN-13: 978-0862433635
  • Product Dimensions: 11.9 x 1.5 x 17.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
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I am happy to recommend The Welsh Learner’s Dictionary. I wish it had been available when I needed it most. -- Vivienne Sayer, gwales website

…a real godsend if you cant easily ask someone…easy to use, too... -- The ATA Chronicle


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This book is very user friendly. It starts off with a grammer guide & takes you through the Welsh alphabet & gives you a pronounciation guide. Then it takes you through the mutations and goes through verbs in Welsh. It also has a section on possesive pronouns & the many yes & no answers which is a great help (there are many other helpful bits to the grammar section, I have just commented on the ones I found the most outstanding). I found the place names in Welsh section really helpful too. The dictionary itself is a good, comprehensive guide & in some instances gives you examples of the word in a sentence , which is really useful. I think overall it is a wonderful dictionary for Welsh learners.
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Definitely worth buying for the complete beginner. There is a lot of help with grammer/mutations, as well as an excellent
pronunciation guide. Keep this book with you! Recommended.
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I bought this book recently and was thrilled to see that it gave me the pronounciation of each word which other dictionaries do not. It has been so useful to me when I join our learners group once a week. I would recommend this book to any learner of Welsh as it will assist them greatly in learning a most fantastic language which is rich and beautiful.
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More than a dictionary, great help with mutation, lots of useful phrases. Buy it and own a brilliant dictionary.
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I recently attended a full time Welsh language summer school at Bangor Uni to improve upon what I learn during term time in WLPAN. I then decided to also attend the 4 week full time at Aberwystwyth Uni to 'further' my Welsh and effectively cover 2 levels in the year.

What has this got to do with this dictionary? Well, In Bangor I didn't see anyone using it, At Aber it was the preferred dictionary.

It is useful to be aware that there are (at least) 2 forms of spoken and written Welsh. 'Gogledd Cymraeg' in the North and 'De Cymraeg' in the South. The reason other reviewers may have not found the words in this dictionary may be due to the fact it is Written by a 'De Cymraeg' speaker and many of the Gogledd words that are common in the courses you may well be attending are just not in this book!

Initially not understanding the differences I brought 3 dictionaries! I have since sold this book as it does not cover sufficient Gogledd Cymraeg for my further studies.

It is a good book that is well laid out (hence 3 stars) IF you are studying Welsh in the South. If you are studying in the North get the Oxford - "Modern Welsh Dictionary, Gareth King" (which has 'both'), "Y Geiriadur Mawr, H. Evans" (which is the most complete and largest dictionary) or as a little book that covers both; Gerraint Lewis's little red welsh-english dictioary is cheap, simple and small.
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I BOUGHT THIS BOOK FOR MY 11YR OLD SON AS HE IS LEARNING WELSH AT SCHOOL, STRUGGLED TO REMEMBER WORDS WHICH HE HAD LEARNT AND INDEED THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION. AFTER SEARCHING THE NET I FOUND THIS LITTLE BOOK AND HAVE TO SAY THAT BOTH MY SON AND I ARE VERY HAPPY WITH IT, IDEAL FOR BEGINNERS OF STUDYING THE WELSH LANGUAGE, WOULD RECOMMEND TO OTHERS. SPEED OF DELIVERY EXCELLENT.
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bought this for my husband who is a complete novice at learing welsh and started with a cd course 2 months ago and wanted a dictoniary that would also show him how to say the actual word as well as what it means and this does that very well and he is very impressed with the book and its has helped him enormously
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