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Welsh language (валл. Cymraeg) is a language of Celtic branch of Indo-European language family. Number of speakers — 870,000 in Wales.

Basic words and phrases edit

Helo. (Hello)
Hello. (informal)
S'mae. (north) / Shwmae (south))
How are you? (formal)
Sut ydych chi? (north) Shwd ych chi? (south)
How are you? (informal): Sut wyt ti? (north) Shwd wyt ti? (south)
Fine, thank you. : Iawn, diolch.
What is your name? (formal)
Be' ydy'ch enw chi?
What is your name? (informal)
Be' ydy dy enw di?
My name is ______ .
______ ydy f'enw i. (South) ______ (North)
Nice to meet you.
Braf cwrdd â chi.
Os gwelwch chi'n dda.
Thank you [very much].
Diolch [yn fawr].
You're welcome.

There are no exact equivalents of "yes" and "no" in Welsh; the concept is conveyed grammatically with regard to agreement between the person and tense by indicating agreement or disagreement e.g. "yes there is" or "no there is not", which is said in different ways depending on how the question was phrased. If the question begins "Oes...?" or "A oes...?" ("Is there...?") then the reply is "oes" or "nac oes"; if the question begins "Ydy...?" ("Is...?") then the reply is "ydy" or "nac ydy" etc.

Excuse me. (getting attention)
Esgusodwch fi.
Excuse me. (begging pardon)
Esgusodwch fi.