Beatrix Potter yn Kernewek

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Beatrix Potter yn Kernewek

Post by GanO » Sun May 27, 2012 10:33 am

Gwask an Orlewen yu lowen deryvas try dyllans noweth rak fleghes ha dallethoryon yonk—3 r-lyver gans Beatrix Potter a yl bos yscargys hep cost. Scryfys re bons yn Kernewek Unys (KU) lemen, mar carses ta aga gweles yn ken orgraf tradycyonal, ty a alsa danvon r-post dhym (wosa pup tra, G an O a wra scodhya PUP form scryfa hengovek!).

An kensa deu whethel, Mestresyk Moppet ha Conyn Gwyls Garow, a ve dyllys solabrys yn form kennennow cot war YouTube.

Gwask an Orlewen is happy to announce three new publications for children and young learners—3 e-books by Beatrix Potter, which can be downloaded free of charge. They're written in Unified Cornish (UC) but, if you'd like to see them in some other traditional orthography, why not send me an email (after all, G an O does support ALL trad spelling systems!).

The first two stories, Mestresyk Moppet and Conyn Gwyls Garow, were published earlier as short films on YouTube.

25a) Whethel Mestresyk Moppet. Beatrix Potter (PDF, £0.00)

25b) An Conyn Gwyls Garow. Beatrix Potter (PDF, £0.00)

29) Dyw Logosen Dhrok. Beatrix Potter (PDF, £0.00)
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Re: Beatrix Potter yn Kernewek

Post by Kathlovenn » Sun May 27, 2012 2:29 pm

Gras dhis a'th ro dhyn.

My a garsa aga gweles yn neb furv hengovek, mes yma kudin byghan.

"Hen" = diworth termyn gyllys nans yw pell.
"govek" = y'gan brysyow ni y'n jydh hedhyw.

Res yw dhyn ni gortos pols kyns eus dhyn lytherennans a'n par na.

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Re: Beatrix Potter yn Kernewek

Post by Anselm » Sat Jun 16, 2012 7:37 am

Byghan ... hmm ... onan bras lowr, orth ow breus vy. Mes konvedhes a wrav pandr'usi war dha dowl.

War an ke, didhan yw gweles an Gwnenoengor yn-dann dhevynna Arthur Wellesley!
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Re: Beatrix Potter yn Kernewek

Post by Anselm » Sat Jun 16, 2012 7:41 am

Unn dra, G an O - prag yth esos ow diskwedhes arwoedh yn hevelyp orth vershyon Kenewek a'n Nyilaskeresztes Párt? Gwell y amenday nebes, martesen? Gast an ast, y hallsa henna skila kamgonvedhyans eudhek!
Anselm

'Against a promontory my ship' Rump L. Stiltz-Kinn

'With regret I feel that unless you have a serious change of heart your presence at the Mennaye on Cornish Pirates match days is no longer desired.'
Rod Coward
CEO
Cornish Pirates

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