Welsh is an absorbing language with a rich heritage, dating back around 4,000 years in the UK. It has more than 500,000 speakers. All children in schools in Wales either speak or learn Welsh so it's a language of the future. Welsh is growing as a business language because all public sector organisations in Wales must legally provide services bilingually. Many private companies are following that pattern too, so speaking Welsh could boost your job prospects.
These courses engage both the logical and creative sides of your brain by combining words in visual and audio form to make context, improving your memory and helping you to remember key words and phrases.
The goals are achievable, broken down into a series of rewarding challenges. As you play interactive games, you're fed new words and pictures to reinforce your memory, and then test your knowledge with quizzes. You'll hear your new language constantly and, using the recording games, you can start speaking right away, and compare your voice to a native speaker.