In Year 4, we are proud to be Welsh! We love using Welsh as much as possible, in and out of class.
Our Criw Cymraeg representatives are always on the lookout for children to give Welsh Merits to, for trying hard with speaking Welsh.
Here are some words and phrases which may help...
Geirfa – Vocabulary
Cystrawennau – Sentence patterns
tafod tost bad tongue
pen tost bad head
ysgwyddau tost bad shoulders
troed dost bad foot
traed tost bad feet
bola tost bad stomach
braich dost bad arm
breichiau tost bad arms
coes dost bad leg
coesau tost bad legs
llygad dost bad eye
llygaid tost bad eyes
clust dost bad ear
clustiau tost bad ears
trwyn tost bad nose
ceg dost bad mouth
bys tost bad finger
gwddf tost bad neck
llaw dost bad hand
dwylo tost bad hands
chwarae rygbi to play rugby
chwarae criced to play cricket
chwarae pêl droed to play football
chwarae tenis to play tennis
chwarae pêl rwyd to play netball
chwarae golff to play golf
chwarae pêl fas to play baseball
gwneud jwdo to do judo
gwneud gymnasteg to do gymnastics
sgïo to ski
nofio to swim
Mae annwyd ar Sam Sam has a cold
Mae peswch ar Sam Sam has a cough
Mae brech yr ieir ar Sam Sam has chicken pox
Mae’r frech goch ar Sam
Sam has measles
Mae’r ffliw ar Sam Sam has ‘flu
Beth sy’n bod? What’s the matter?
Mae … gyda fi. I have a …
Beth sy’n bod ar Sam? What’s the matter with Sam?
Mae bola tost gyda Sam. Sam has a tummy ache.
Mae bola tost gyda fe / hi. He / She has a tummy ache.
Mae Sam yn drist achos mae bola tost gyda fe ac mae e eisiau chwarae pêl-droed.
Sam is sad because he has a tummy ache and he wants to play football.
Mae annwyd ar Sam. Sam has a cold.
Mae e’n / hi’n drist achos mae annwyd ar Sam.
He/ she is sad because Sam has a cold.
Oes annwyd ar Sam? Does Sam have a cold?
Oes, mae annwyd ar Sam ond does dim pen tost gyda fe.
Yes, Sam has a cold but he doesn’t have a bad head.
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