"Bore dydd Gwener"

Translation:Friday morning

June 28, 2016



Why is there no translation when these are new words?

June 28, 2016

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I'm not quite sure what the problem is here. The hints to this phrase show Bore = 'Morning' and dydd Gwener = 'Friday'

Which gives the answer 'Friday Morning'

Possibly these hints didn't appear when you did the exercise and that seems to be a bit of a random problem with the mobile app, which, unfortunately, we have no control over.

June 28, 2016


The hints give a translation, and the section on days of the week on the website has notes explaining them.

June 28, 2016


Even with new words, when you get audio you only get a translation when you get it right. I wish all the comment sections gave one at the top of the page. I know some do, but not all.

May 30, 2017


I really like Welsh, maybe because my ancestors are all, Welsh, idk

September 8, 2016


This is quite simple, I don't know what the problem is.

April 22, 2017


Please can we have a straight list of the days? I am struggling to take them on board by skipping around them - especially as they don't relate to the other languages I studied eons ago.....

July 15, 2017


There is already a list in the notes for the section on 'Days', together with an explanation of the background to the names.


Writing out your own list will also help you to learn them.

July 15, 2017


I thought we were told not to include dydd when we included the time of day. Unless that's only when talking about evening?

August 30, 2017
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