I am sure you are inundated with people asking for 'minority' languages, but would you please consider Welsh, as I notice you already teach Irish - I believe (wait for torrent of abuse)Welsh is more widely spoken !

April 22, 2015


This all depends on Volunteers to contribute to creating courses. If you know anyone who speaks Welsh and English or any other languages, please send them to volunteer here:

I can't find a welsh option in the incubator :(

Rwyt ti'n gallu ceisio trwy'r ddeorfa ("incubator") ar y linc hon: Roeddwn i wedi cynnig i gyfrannu tua blwyddyn yn ol, ond dwi ddim wedi derbyn unrhyw fath o gydnabyddiaeth o gwbl.

Better edit for clarity to non-Welsh speakers: You can apply via the incubator on I had offered to contribute about a year ago, but received no acknowledgement for doing so.

Ah dwi'n cofio gwneud yr un un peth tua blwyddyn yn ôl rwan hefyd! (doeddwn i ddim wedi gweld yr "add other language" option tro yma). Oes modd gwneud rhywbeth arall i hybu duolingo i alluogi ni i gyfrannu at rywbeth?

Ah I remember doing the same thing about a year ago now aswell! ( I hadn't seen the "add another language option this time). Is there a way of doing something else to allow us to contribute to something?

(bilingual in the hope more people pick up the message :) )

It's coming very soon :-)

Clywch! clywch! I know a great number of people who wish to learn Welsh, and duolingo would certainly be a great platform to teach it. I'm sure there's a number of us who would be willing to contribute.

Also agree with this and would be happy to contribute! :) Rydw i'n cytuno efo hyn ac mi fuaswn i'n hapus i gyfrannu :)

While we are waiting to be able to contribute to duolingo, a friend of mine (who is not a welsh speaker himself so needs our help) has started this so that we can have a welsh android operating system for phones. Many more contributors needed, please spread the word of its existence :)

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