Yeah, I frequent that website a lot. In the event that I ever again travel to a foreign country, I'm going to print out their page of how to say "I don't eat meat" or "I'm a vegetarian" in different languages.
Mikie, of course, if you go to Wales, you should be able to get by just fine speaking English.
If you look up how to pronounce Welsh words, too, you'll find their alphabet has different sounds for the letters and certain letter combinations make different sounds, too, so it's not quite as silly as it looks.
As an English person, I must say that welsh is the silliest language in existence. they have created an entire language with minimal use of vowels. Only hebrew seems to match it in that distinction. And for some reason, welsh hasn't died out.
I like to think of England as being similar to America. In which case, Wales is our Canada - The country that we make fun of.
Wales and Welsh RULE! I live in Canada but on my wall is big Welsh flag. You have to admit that Wales has the coolest flag ever. My grandparents were Welsh immigrants from a small town called Cowbridge (Anthony Hopkins is from there and went to the same school as my grandfather). Such a beautiful place.
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