OTHERSThe Welsh copyright-free online e-text library, Llyfrgell Owen, has a discussion board: Owen/Welsh placenames: - to discuss Welsh words: new group for Welsh people living in Brittany and for Breton Welsh learners: Email discussion groups There's more to the Internet than the web and here are some details of key email discussion lists about Wales and the language. When you're learning Welsh all alone, email discussion lists are just about the best way of getting a quick response to your language questions: WELSH-LThis popular and long-standing discussion list was created "to facilitate the exchange of news, opinion, and information in Welsh, Breton, and Cornish."Messages to this list must be in one of these three languages. A word list at the end of Welsh-only messages is apparently appreciated though.
Read the FAQs at: subscribe to CYMRAEG-L, send a mail [email protected] the following in the message body: subscribe CYMRAEG-L your name WEL-LA good list for new learners to join, as the welcome message states:"This list was established for new learners of the Welsh language.
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The first two might be a good place to start if you'd like to ask questions about language and grammar:soc.culture.welshwales.cymraeg These uk.local groups are mainly about geographically-centred discussion, rather than language:uk.local.north-walesuk.local.mid-walesuk.local.south-wales You'll need newsreader software if you'd like to access Newsgroups on Usenet.
You can however browse newsgroups via the web at sites like Google: acquired the newsgroup archive.)Chatrooms and other communities We've been told about an ICQ site for Welsh chats:
Warning: the tone's very 'alternative' and much of the user-generated content on this site may well cause offence. IEwith this message as the first line in the note: SUBSCRIBE WELSH-L your name WELSH-L archives: FAQs: CYMRAEG-LThis group says it's happy to accept messages in either English or Welsh.Looking for some fun, cool and unique virtual world avatar names? Here is our collection of good avatar names for your virtual character. If you’re looking for boys names, check out this list.If you like to play virtual life games like IMVU, Second Life, Small Worlds and others – you definitely need an awesome avatar name. state=threads&board=wales-education.learning&Message board hosted by our very own bonafide Welsh tutor, Meic Gilby.You can click on a map of the world to see where club members live. CYMUNED Welsh-language message board of the action group Cymuned. Expect lively political discussion with some fiery language and nationalistic views. The Knowhere Boards (bulletin boards) are awash with people searching for old friends from their home towns.