Take language train to Jonesville

21st February 2003 at 00:00
WELSH learners struggling to remember the difference between Cymru and Cymraeg can now visit Jonesville, a virtual town created to help Welsh-language students with their grammar and vocabulary. The fictional town forms part of "Learn Welsh", an internet-based project which BBC Wales will officially launch on Wednesday, but is already online at www.bbc.co.uklearnwelsh.

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