Drag and drop game: match picture blocks to labelled Welsh boxes to tidy the room
With our Mix and match game for "Describe people" you will be learning the Welsh vocabulary for the topic Describe people. The language you will learn is in the vocabulary list below, and consists of 10 Sentences that describe people's bodies.
|1||Mae hi'n dal.||She is tall.|
|2||Mae hi'n fyr.||She is short.|
|3||Mae e'n ganolig.||He is medium height.|
|4||Mae e'n gyhyrog.||He is muscular.|
|5||Mae e'n denau.||He is thin.|
|6||Mae e'n dew.||He is fat.|
|7||Mae hi mewn cadair-olwyn.||She is in a wheelchair.|
|8||Mae dreadlocks 'da fe.||He has dreadlocks.|
|9||Mae hi'n gwisgo sbectol.||She wears glasses.|
|10||Mae gwallt du, cyrliog 'da hi||She has black, curly hair.|
In this game we are in a room with lots of toys - and the room needs clearing up - you need to put the play blocks back in the right boxes to tidy the room and win the game...but which is the right box for each block?
Well, you can work that out by comparing the picture on the block with the Welsh writing beneath each of the boxes - you should drag the block into the box whose Welsh text matches the picture.
You can listen to the spoken Welsh for each word or phrase by clicking on the individual boxes. There are 5 blocks to clear up - but if you put them in the wrong boxes, there will be more... Anyway, tidy is good and practicing Welsh is better so start now and see how you get on...
This game reinforces the Welsh you learned or revised in the lesson by asking you to match each picture to the correct word or phrase. If you are older you may not like the childish reference to toys, but don't worry - there are other games to play and who knows - you might like a trip down memory lane?
There are 5 blocks that need putting away to tidy the play room. Drag (they are heavy..) the blocks to the correct boxes.
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