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Geirfa Graidd i’r Gymraeg: Creating an A1 & A2 core vocabulary for adult learners of Welsh – a Celtic template? / Steven Morris

Journal of Celtic Language Learning, Volume: 15/16, Pages: 27 - 43

Swansea University Author: Steven, Morris

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The article lloks at vocabulary resources available to adult learners of Welsh and presents a research project undertaken at Swansea University to formulate A1 and A2 level core vocabularies for Welsh. In the absence of a suitable corpus, the methodology employed offers a successful model which coul...

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ISSN: 1078-3911
Published: Journal of Celtic Language Learning 2011
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title Geirfa Graidd i’r Gymraeg: Creating an A1 & A2 core vocabulary for adult learners of Welsh – a Celtic template?
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description The article lloks at vocabulary resources available to adult learners of Welsh and presents a research project undertaken at Swansea University to formulate A1 and A2 level core vocabularies for Welsh. In the absence of a suitable corpus, the methodology employed offers a successful model which could be replicated by other Celtic language communities to compile similar 'core' vocabularies. Applications for the geirfa graidd [core vocabulary] in the context of Welsh for adults provision are discussed.
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