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Comparing 1 is the sixty-sixth (assuming read left to right) skill in the language tree for Welsh. The skill has four lessons and teaches how to use phrases such as "as...as" and "like a" to show comparison between two things.

Grammar NotesEdit

The phrase "as...as" uses the words mor...â/ag in Welsh:

  • mor hapus â = as happy as
  • mor ddeallus â = as intelligent as

For some phrases cyn is used instead:

  • Mae hi cynddwrg ag Eleri = She is as bad as Eleri

LessonsEdit

Lesson 1Edit

  • mor...â/ag = as...as
  • poblogaidd = popular
  • deallus = intelligent
  • gyfeillgar = friendly
  • diniwed = harmless, innocent

Lesson 2Edit

  • cystal â = as good as
  • cynddrwg â = as bad as
  • cymaint â = as big as
  • cyn lleied â = as small as

Lesson 3Edit

  • â'i = as his/her
  • â'u = as their
  • â'r = as the
  • â'ch = as your
  • â'n = as our
  • gyda'i gilydd = together
  • gyda'n gilydd = together

Lesson 4Edit

  • euog = guilty
  • siomedig = disappointed
  • diog = lazy
  • llawer = a lot
  • fel = like (a/the)

ReferencesEdit

Duolingo Lesson: www.duolingo.com/skill/cy/Comparing1

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