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Yn Gymraeg (United Kingdom) - Welsh Language Version

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Some of London's main streets are familiar to a host of children and adults through the Monopoly board game, with almost everyone recognising the names of Mayfair, Park Lane and Bond Street.

Now the towns and cities of Wales will become equally as familiar, with a new Welsh-language version of the game. Cardiff Bay will replace Mayfair and the Menai Straits will take over from Park Lane.

Winning Moves UK invited the Books Council to assist them in selecting appropriate names for the game board, and the Council sought the assistance of the leading language expert D. Geraint Lewis, who has published numerous dictionaries and grammar books.


English

A Welsh-language version of the popular family game, based on the towns and cities of Wales. A game for 2-8 players of all ages, where they can win or lose a fortune as they travel the length and breadth of Wales.

The rules of the game are in both Welsh and English.

Monopoly yn Gymraeg (Monopoly in Welsh) is ideal for all users of Welsh - whether fluent Welsh speakers or learners.

Welsh

Fersiwn uniaith Gymraeg o'r gêm deuluol boblogaidd, wedi'i seilio ar rai o brif drefi a dinasoedd Cymru. Bydd cyfle i blant a phobl o bob oed ennill neu golli eu ffortiwn wrth deithio Cymru gyfan, o Fôn i Fynwy.

Gêm i 2-8 chwaraewr o bob oedran. Mae rheolau'r gêm yn ddwyieithog.

Mae hon yn glasur o gêm sy'n addas ar gyfer pawb sy'n mwynhau chwarae gemau bwrdd.


© Winning Moves UK

Year: 2007 - Code: 009461

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Cwm-sgwt Uchaf; Cwm-sgwt Isaf

Cwm Rhondda; Blaenau Ffestiniog; Caergybi (Holyhead)

Y Trallwng (Welshpool); Y Bala; Y Fenni (Abergavenny)

Aberhonddu (Brecon); Caernarfon; Caerfyrddin (Carmarthen)

Beddgelert; Talacharn (Laugharne); Llangollen

Aberystwyth; Llandudno; Penarth

Bro Morgannwg (Vale of Glamorgan); Pen Llŷn (Lleyn Peninsula); Penrhyn Gŵyr (Gower)

Glannau’r Fenai (Menai Straits); Bae Caerdydd (Cardiff Bay)

Pont Menai (Menai Suspension Bridge); Pont Hafren (Severn Bridge); Pont Cleddau; Pontcysyllte

Dinorweg; Llyn Brianne

Treth Incwm; Treth Y Cyngor

Cist Y Gymuned; Siawns