Croeso - welcome!
Learning Cymraeg on Duolingo and want to know more? You’re in the right place.
Since October 2021, the National Centre for Learning Welsh has worked with Duolingo on the Welsh course, after taking up the baton from the team of enthusiastic volunteers who'd been running the course since its launch in January 2016.
The was part of a wider initiative within Duolingo to move from a volunteer-based model to having some courses managed ‘in-house’, with others developed in partnership with external organisations.
Duolingo ap developments
There have been recent changes to Duolingo - you can read about them here.
Notes on grammar
You may also find these grammatical tips helpful.
The National Centre for Learning Welsh is responsible for all aspects of the Learn Welsh sector - from curriculum and course development to e-learning and marketing.
We’re delighted you’re interested in learning Cymraeg and we’d love to be part of your journey. We’ve got plenty of learning options for you, wherever you live.
Looking for a Welsh course? Have a look at our Course Finder to help you find the right course for you. Courses are available in virtual and face-to-face classrooms, during the daytime and evenings.
Want to know more about our learning levels? Whether you’re a beginner or already know a little, or a lot, there’s a Welsh course for you. Courses are available at five learning levels - more information is available here.
Find your local provider
We work with 11 course providers across Wales, who deliver Welsh courses and informal learning activities on our behalf. Click here to find your local provider.
Online taster courses and digital resources
Why not try out your Welsh on our online taster courses. These courses introduce everyday words and phrases and are available to everyone, for free.
You can speed up your learning by using these free digital resources. The resources go hand in hand with the Learn Welsh course books at Entry, Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced 1, 2 and 3 learning levels. More information about our course books is available here.
Enjoy your Welsh
There are lots of ways for you to enjoy your Welsh.
Check out our ‘Enjoy your Welsh’ page where you’ll find plenty of ideas on how you can enjoy your Welsh – from tv and radio channels, to podcasts, books, music, theatre, social activities and more.
Interested in finding out more about the Welsh language? Read our timeline or watch this video.
Stay in touch
We’re here to help and support you every step of the way. If you have any questions, please get in touch by e-mailing email@example.com.
We look forward to welcoming you. Pob lwc gyda’r dysgu! Good luck with your learning!