Cwrs Haf Dwys yn Aberystwyth

Is anyone else doing the one-month long intensive summer course in Aberystwyth this year?

I did it one of the levels back in 2007 and have signed up again this year, this time I’ll be doing Uwch 2.

It would be lovely to meet up with other learners, no matter if you’re at a different level.

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Not one this year sadly, but I loved the two weeks of the course I did back in 2019.

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Yes, I’m really looking forward to it. (I have already bought a new notebook for it, and everything. :slight_smile: ).

On the Work Welsh course I’m doing at the moment, we’ve just started the Uwch 2 book, so I’ll have done some of it already, but it’s all repetition and consolidation of the grammar at this point anyway and I’m always slow on picking up vocabulary, so that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Plus we do a lot of other things that are more workplace related in my current course.

I’m mainly looking forward to 1 month of lots and lots of Welsh, to hopefully propel me forward that last little bit.

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Hi, I’m signed up for canolradd 1 & 2. Looking forward to it!

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Is that 1 and 2 as in all four weeks?

I’m sure you’ll have a blast!

It is, and it will be challenge but sure it will be enjoyable and worth it. I’m local to Aberystwyth if you need any info :slight_smile:

Me too! :slight_smile:

That’s 3 different levels between 3 of us then! I’m doing Uwch 1i a ii…
(Was surprised by how many people doing the Canolradd exam on Friday had already started Uwch…)

One of my teachers used to recommend doing the exam at the end of the following year of the DysguCymraeg courses. (So do e.g. the Mynediad exam after Sylfaen.)

Gives time for the material to sink in and embed.

When I did some of the exams (Sylfaen and Canolradd), it definitely felt like you had to have progress a bit further with your courses to do well and feel confident in the exam.

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