Translation:My favourite thing is speaking Welsh.
My hearing is not of the best, I am 75. I have found this particular revision exercise virtually impossible because it is all 'type what you hear' and I havr found it impossible to be anywhere near hearing properly.
I sympathize. I'm probably losing my hearing as well (I'm 51), but more importantly, I have never really invested in high quality speakers for my computer and I don't want to turn the sound on loud on my phone, so I have the devil of a time with these auditory exercises.
I do like the speaking exercises they have on the three or four most popular languages, though, and I definitely with they had those for Welsh and other less taught languages.
Oh, sorry, the one that I answered said only "the thing that I love the most," which I would guess there is a way to say using a verbal phrase.
To JamesT.Wilson How do they grade tests if you answer verbally? My bank's word recognition software has trouble understanding such complex things as 'pay a bill'!
You speak into the microphone of your computer or phone and it gives you a few chances to get it correct. As I recall, it says the phrase for you first, and then you have to repeat it. It was somewhat frustrating on the Portuguese, but I tended to do that on the computer, so I was sitting farther away form it. The German I mostly did on my phone, and it worked swimmingly. Of course, it is just as possible that my Portuguese pronunciation is just not as good as my German. I believe it was used on the Spanish and French as well, but I cannot remember them, so they must have worked so smoothly I didn't even notice them. I imagine, though, that they function because of easily available word recognition software, and that may simply not exist for a language like Welsh.
Given the level of comprehensibility of some of the slow words we hear, I would be surprised if the software could deal with Welsh at all. I wonder if Welsh Banks use programs which work?