Breton/Level 1/Lesson 2/Quiz

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Ex 1)[edit]

Write down the dialogue in Breton, or copy and paste, without the English translations. Read it out clearly, then more naturally 'with feeling'. Imagine yourself actually there in the pub.
Switch off the screen, or if using a PC, minimize your internet box.
Now, read out the Breton and write down the translations from memory. If you're not sure about a sentence, move on, you may remember later on.
Try first with this example :

  • Good luck with the course! Chañs vat gant ar gentell!

 

Chañs vat gant ar gentell


Enter the English sentences :







  

1

 

Nozvezh vat Yann

2

 

Nozvezh vat Laouenna. Mat an traoù ganit

3

 

Mat ar jeu, meur c'hras. Ha te

4

 

Mat tre, mersi dit

5

 

Petra ez emaout oc'h ober

6

 

Ez emaon o teskiñ brezhoneg er Wikiversite. Ha te

7

 

Ez emaon o teskiñ brezhoneg ivez

8

 

Splann! Penaos eo da vamm. N'eo ket hi klañv

9

 

Emañ mat yec'hed dezhi bremañ, meur c'hras

10

 

Sell! Diwezhat eo! Red eo din mond bremañ. Kenavo

11

 

Kenavo, ha chañs vat gant ar gentell warc'hoazh

12

 

Mersi braz

13

 

Nozh vat deoc'h c'hwi holl

14

 

Nozh vat Yann


Check any mistakes, and read out the correct version two or three times. Click on "Reset" to start again. Do this again later on if you have over 1/2 incorrect. If correct, do it again tomorrow. Keep doing this until you can speak the sentences fluently and write them out with ease.

Ex 2)[edit]

If confident , do the same but translate English-Breton (small letters only, no block letters) :

Try first with this example :

  • It's up to you now, good luck with the course! Dit a zo bremañ, chañs vat gant ar gentell!

 

It's up to you now, good luck with the course!


Enter the Breton sentences :







  

1

 

Good evening John!

2

 

Good evening Laouenna. How are you?

3

 

Fine, thanks. And you?

4

 

Okay, thank you!

5

 

What are you doing?

6

 

I'm Learning Breton with Wikiversity. And you?

7

 

I'm learning Breton too!

8

 

Great! How's your mother. Isn't she ill?

9

 

She is fine now, thanks.

10

 

Oh look, it's late! I have to go now. Goodbye!

11

 

Goodbye, and good luck with the course tomorrow!

12

 

Thank you.

13

 

Good night to you all!

14

 

Good night John!


Ex 3)[edit]

Make up a short passage using the vocabulary you've learnt in the past 2 lessons of Breton Unan. You can have it male-male, female-female, male-female or between several people.
Remember: If there are several people, when referring to all of them you should use the plural form (eg. c'hwi instead of te)
If you have purchased a Breton dictionary, or learnt any other Breton, it's fine to use that. The more you use it, the more easily it comes.