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Language Books. - August 19th 2009, 03:43 PM

I don't think that Welsh would be a popular language for most of you TH'ers, but I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations or knew of any books to help to learn Welsh? I hardly learnt anything studying it in school, and it would really help me with the career I'm pursuing.

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Re: Language Books. - August 19th 2009, 03:57 PM

I want to learn Welsh too =D
I'd recommend getting a book that comes with a CD as it'll help you with pronunciation. Or you could get a computer program, they have one in WH Smith that has Welsh and lots of other languages on and it's not too expensive. Or if you don't mind paying a lot Rosetta Stone is supposed to be a good language program.


   
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Re: Language Books. - August 21st 2009, 01:38 AM

I highly recommend Rosetta Stone. It's the best language learning program out there. I have learned Arabic and Hebrew on it, and I'm very satisfied. I'm also using it to help in French class.
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