Welsh is certainly one of the most interesting and often surprising languages to learn. Not just because of the language itself, but due to its application in the real world. It doesn’t get any better than learning that Wales is home to the longest place name in Europe, suitably called: Llanfairpwll-gwyngyllgogerychwyrndrob-wllllantysiliogogogoch!
Did you know?
1 - Welsh is one of the oldest languages in Europe - Welsh began to emerge as a distinctive language sometime between 400 and 700 AD, which is evident from early Welsh poetry that originated around this period.
2 - Welsh is spoken in Patagonia, South America - Y Wladfa is a unique Welsh-language settlement in Patagonia, Argentina. In the early 19th Century, a group of 150 Welsh pioneers travelled nearly 8,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean to start a new life in South America after they felt like they were being persecuted for their language and culture in their motherland.
Our translation services
As with all languages, LanguageLine works with native-speaking, subject specialist Welsh translators to support clients in all areas including Financial Services, FMCG, Legal, Insurance, Medical and across the broader business landscape. LanguageLine works to ensure every aspect of our Welsh translation service is accurate, secure, professional and fast. Whether your project is for written documentation, localisation or multi-media, our expert team of translators and project managers is here to advise, guide and ensure outstanding results.