Ateb i gwestiwn Elwyng (Ionawr 2018)
This is my answer to @jane-gnosill question
Bore da everyone!
I will be awarding badges again on Monday, in the meantime please see the following thread for complete information on completing the Speaking Practice Tasks…
In response to Bronwen’s question
The question was ‘Beth wyt ti’n mynd i wneud heno?’
My answer to @gareth-mitchell
Just wanted to check, did you want to do the going from RED to GREEN badge task first? No pressure and it’s not compulsory, but I didn’t want you to miss out on the chance.
Congratulations all on going from GREEN to BLUE badges! Great answer recordings!
My answer to Kirsty’s question:
I can’t make head nor tail if this recording abd listening. I can cope with learning the language but not with this. I do not understand how to manage it and I don’t know who to ask nor how to get in to the forum. I am a list soul on the point if giving you. I am too old fir all this techy stuff
Reply to Kirsty’s question
Ges ti amser da ar y penwythnos?
Hi @caryl-kelly, I’m so sorry that you are continuing to find it difficult.
By the way, this is the forum. You are here and succeeding in communicating with the SSiW community and team through the forum - so well done there! This techy stuff isn’t beyond you after all!
Please remember that the Speaking Practice tasks aren’t compulsory. You can continue with the lessons at home as you’ve been doing, you really don’t have to put unnecessary pressure on yourself to complete the tasks.
Or if you wanted to you could just complete the tasks quietly to yourself at home without recording, or even telling us about it.
If you can continue to work your way through the lessons at home, then you’ve overcome the biggest and most important hurdle.
The lessons are the most important bit - the Speaking Practice Tasks are just an extra which you can take or leave.
SSIW Answer challenge Level 1. Answering @domi-kimber