Cwrs Uwch 1 Ceredigion
Describing in the pastThe long form of the past tense, e.g. How was the weather yesterday?
Relating a story in the past Prepositional clauses, e.g. after I go/went/will go
Talking about the futureThe short form of the future tense, e.g. The bus will arrive at nine
Expressing 'in' in Welsh, e.g. live in a city; live in Cardiff
Describing someone else.'Mae' and 'yw' after 'pwy' a 'beth', e.g. What is Ffred? What is Ffred doing?
Expressing desire and possibility, e.g. I would like to go; I could go
Idioms, e.g. out of breath
Gweithgareddau o'r Bont Fawr gan Cennard Davies:
Reading the newsThe emphatic construction of the short form of verbs, e.g. It was Ffred who saw a play yesterday
Giving personal detailsThe 'that' clause, e.g. I know that Ffred is a good tutor
How to use 'byth' and 'erioed', e.g. I never swear; I have never sworn
Relating someone else's storyProunouns with infinitives, e.g.I see them
The imperative, e.g. Listen!
The passive, e.g.The house was built
News bulletinThe impersonal forms of the verb
Comparing things, e.g.She's taller than you
The genitive, e.g.The teacher's house
Narrating a storyHow to use the different forms of 'year' in Welsh
Numerals, ordinals and dates, e.g.Thirty seven boysThe fifth girl22nd of February
Composite prepositions, e.g.near him
Welsh dialects, e.g.I have no moneyThis, that, these, those
The relative clause, e.g. Here is the man whom I saw
Talking about interestsSituational mutations, e.g.I had a large breakfastI run a mile each day
Speaking in publicNegating the short form of verbs with proper nouns, definite phrases and pronouns
Present tense tags, e.g.You're going, aren't you?
Literary WelshWriting formal Welsh