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Re: Bootcamps 2014?

Postby essenbee » Wed Aug 07, 2013 8:51 am

DavidHT wrote:A solid year studying Welsh sounds wonderful to me. My company is slowly introducing a sabbatical scheme, where you can take six months off, unpaid, to pursue whatever you would like to pursue.

My plans will need to fit in around work and especially family. This is why the structure will be important for me to get the most out of them. I am think more along the lines of increased learning and speaking opportunities, with funds set aside to pay for them.

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Re: Bootcamps 2014?

Postby DavidHT » Wed Aug 07, 2013 12:15 pm

Aran wrote:Six months would be way more than enough to turn you into a completely naturally fluent Welsh speaker, if you went about it the right way. Again, if you decide to do this, give me a shout, and I'm sure we could help work something out...:)


Wow great, I will keep that in mind, many thanks!

I've had the idea in my head for a number of years that I would save up some money, take 6-9 months off, and spend the time doing a couple more A Levels, ostensibly in something business-related, so that I can win approval from my company, but also fill my time with a couple of leisure-related studies as well, and Welsh slots nicely into that category.
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Re: Bootcamps 2014?

Postby Janjo » Tue Nov 05, 2013 9:14 pm

Unrhyw cynlluniau am Tresaith 2014 eto? Hoffwni gwybod :D
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Re: Bootcamps 2014?

Postby Iestyn » Tue Nov 05, 2013 9:47 pm

Shw mae, Jan?

Wele:

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I just posted it today, by coincidence.
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