By popular request...
Starting with the simple stuffNumbers 1-10
1 - un [een]
2 - dau [dye]
3 - tri [tree]
4 - pedwar [ped-wahr]
5 - pump [pimp]
6 - chwech [ummm....hard to explain - the ch is at the back of the throat - NOT ch as in church - like the 'ch' in the German 'durch']
7 - saith [s-ai (as in eye)-th]
8 - wyth [oyth]
9 - naw [now]
10 - deg [dehg]Letters
a b c ch d dd e f ff g h i l ll m n ng o p ph r rh s th u w yPronunciation points
u in welsh is like the 'i' in 'pig'
f in welsh is like the v in 'vowel'
ff in welsh is like 'f' in english, but a little bit longer
y in welsh sounds like 'uh'
dd in welsh is a like 'th' in 'the' but a little softer
ll in welsh is impossible to explain...
Those are the simple points...other are easier to explain in the context of words