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| 12-05-2014 2:00 pm

Mae cwmni DinoLingo'n creu adnoddau dysgu i blant, ac wedi cynhyrchu deunyddiau Cymraeg. Clodwiw iawn ynte, ond wrth dyrchu'n ddyfnach i'w gwefan des ar draws eu cofnodion am Gymru ar eu blog syn ceisio rhoi darlun o fywyd yng Nghymru. Darlun rhyfedd iawn...darllenwch mlaen am bigion o Gymru paralel blogwyr DinoLingo.

Dewi Sant

Women still wear the full traditional costume while celebrating certain holidays, particularly the Welsh National Holiday of Saint David’s Day. Saint David’s Day is a public holiday celebrating the patron Saint of Wales, Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Sant.
Dydd Sant Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Sant Sant Gŵyl, Dewi...ym....
Saint David has become much more than a religious figure; he is a symbol of the strength of the Welsh people. A famous old Welsh poem dreams of a day when the Welsh and other Celtic peoples will unite under the banner of Saint David to cast off British rule. 

Na'i jest chwilio yn y flodeugerdd am honna...

Gwyliau

Wales also celebrates many seasonal feasts. The most important one is called Gŵyl Fair y Canhwyllau, of Festival of the Candles. It is equivalent to Candlemas which is celebrated throughout Europe in different ways. On Gŵyl Fair y Canhwyllau churches give out candles and people lead processions around their town. As Wales is a Celtic nation, the summer and winter solstices and the spring and fall equinoxes are also celebrated with feasting, fairs, and dinners by many families.

Ma teulu ni'n rili methu allan ar yr holl wledda ma.



Busnes

Wales also has started to prosper financially, becoming one of the richest areas on the globe.



Diwylliant - Gemau

The most famous Welsh game of all time is “Oranges & Lemons.”
No we. Hwn dio.



Another popular game is called “Conkers.” Two players each have “conker” which is a hazelnut with a hole in the middle. A string is pulled through the conker’s hole. Players take turns striking their conker against the other player’s until one breaks. If your conker breaks last you win!

Ac mae'r gêm wedi ei enwi ar ôl concwest Cymru debyg iawn. 

O ia a ma na hyn hefyd: 



Diwylliant - Cerddoriaeth

Song is a very important part of Welsh culture, and many Welsh children sing nursery rhymes. Some like “Inkie Pinkie Parlez Vous” have become famous throughout the UK. Children also sing songs and rhymes while skipping rope, like “Bobby Shaftoe” and “Mabel Mabel.”
Ma hyn jest yn mynd yn weird rwan. Ma nhw jest yn gneud hyn am laff. 
Traditional music has gained a worldwide following in the past decades, with groups like The Hennessys leading the way.



Ydw i wedi disgyn mewn i wormhole tra'n gwylio Pobol y Cwm? 

Ffasiwn

Welsh fashion is much like the rest of the UK’s, but with its own special flairs. The Welsh have a passion for colorful patterns. Walking around Welsh cities you would see many people wearing beautiful floral patterns and paisleys. Tartan patterns are also very popular, tracing back to Wales’s Celtic roots.

Helo DinoLingo? Ma Ani Saunders isio gair efo chi.

Etiquette

Generally, people do not touch someone they do not know very well.

Di rhain ddim di bod mewn barn dance neu maes-b na?
Being on time is important, especially in the business world. Welsh people also do not like meetings to be spontaneous, and it is important to schedule events and meetings well in advance.

HA!
The class system is very strict and it is important to respect it. Shaking hands is an important way to be polite and to be friendly. Women are always supposed to extend their hands first when shaking hands with men. 

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Bwyd

Because Wales is a peninsula, seafood plays a big part in Welsh traditional cooking.
Sef pam da ni'n gwerthu nhw gyd i Sbaen.
Cockles, which are somewhat like oysters, are very popular and are served in a variety of dishes.

Cockles in a jar, and ym...o ia, jyst cockles mewn jar.
Monkfish is also very popular.
Ok. Shurrup.



 

Caerphilly cheese is now an iconic part of Welsh culture and is celebrated every year with its own festival.

Ia, stopiwch y nonsens ma rwan. 

Yr unig beth ddweda i ydi, gobeithio bod gwell ymchwil wedi mynd mewn i'w gwersi Cymraeg nhw... 

 - RaD

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| 12-05-2014 2:52 pm | #1

Dwi am fynd allan heno yn fy nghrys blodeuog i weld yr Hennessys a wedyn am bryd o gocls, monkfish a caws (mmm blasus). Rhaid i mi fynd nawr achos dwi ddim am fod yn hwyr. --Dydd

| 12-05-2014 8:01 pm | #2

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| 12-05-2014 8:06 pm | #3

Wrth edrych ar y wefan, dod ar draws hwn;

"Generally people will be very happy that you have taken time to learn about their homeland and culture."
Eironi, ynte?

| 12-05-2014 8:08 pm | #4

*eironig

| 12-05-2014 8:09 pm | #5

Haha. Mae'n rhaid eu bod nhw'n cymryd y piss. Darllen braidd fel yr Uncyclopedia. http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Wales

| 12-05-2014 8:23 pm | #6

Ydyn, haha.. Cynnil..
Popular phrases: "Blwyddwyn Newydd Dda".

| 12-05-2014 8:44 pm | #7

Oedd y fideos dysgu Cymraeg yn edrych yn legit. Wedyn ddisgynais i mewn i'r twll cwningen.

Snowdon Mountain is the highest places in both Wales and Britain


Druan o Ben Nevis.

| 12-05-2014 10:34 pm | #8

Mae'r stwff am yr iaith yr un mor wallgo:

"Just because the letters themselves may be like English’s doesn’t mean that Welsh pronunciation is just like English’s. A good example is the letter j. A j in Welsh makes a sound like the letter t in water or the letter g in garage."

| 12-05-2014 10:36 pm | #9

It's the gift that keeps on giving!

"In the 20th century Welsh pop music has become popular throughout the world. Acts like Bonnie Tyler, Duffy, Badfinger, Stereophonics, and Maniac Street Preachers play concerts in many countries and are played on radios all over the world."

| 13-05-2014 7:33 am | #10

Dwi wastad wedi gwrthwynebu'r nonsens o wisgo'n plant mewn "dillad traddodiadol" Ddydd Gŵyl Dewi. Dyma be sy'n digwydd - nonsens fel y Dewi Sant uchod!

| 13-05-2014 8:17 am | #11

Hei, pwy ydan ni i chwerthin, falle taw proffwydoliaeth Iolo-aidd yw hwn. A fydd y Monkfish a choncyrs yn hawlio eu priod le yn ein cymdeithas?

Dwi'n teimlo bod ni ar ddechrau chwyldro diwylliannol. Bydded i fil o flodau flodeuo!

| 13-05-2014 3:01 pm | #12

O Snow i Snowydd amdani, felly, ond gwell aros yn glir o gynhwyllau!

| 13-05-2014 3:04 pm | #13

...ganhwyllau, hyd yn oed!

| 13-05-2014 3:20 pm | #14

DonioLingo...

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