Does Mr Jones think that it is in the best interests of S4C or the nation for the channel to be isolated from and an irrelevance to 98% of monoglot
MR Tudur Owen's recent well-founded tirade at 'relentless' anti-Welsh complaints illustrates how the thriving Welsh language is a perennial thorn with some of the monoglot
If not, will monoglot
speakers of these tongues also be forced to learn English.
There is a worrying decline in the amount of Welsh spoken in what were once monoglot
Incidentally, the problem seems to extend to monoglot
Welsh speakers who are unable to understand "Dim Beicio"
That is to say, his command of the relevant more strictly theological literature is sometimes annoyingly monoglot
These new polyglots, and the companies that employ them, have significant competitive advantages over their monoglot
rivals, including a vital understanding of different cultures, in a world faced with rapid globalisation.
The introduction is by David Trotter, who polemically takes to task monoglot
medievalists (particularly scholars of multilingualism and literary theorists): 'The present volume shows only too clearly that medievalists cannot be permitted simply not to bother with "difficult languages", still less to remain monoglot
Why is it mainly monoglot
English-speakers who have hangups about Welsh?
English-speaking doctors could feel "undesired".
If he would care to examine what monoglot
English-speakers are unable to do in the parts of Wales with the highest concentrations of Welsh-speakers with what Welsh-speakers are unable to do anywhere at all, then he would surely admit that the scales of injustice are highly weighted on one side.
The fact that Gwynfor was a monoglot
English speaker at school was confirmed to me by a fellow pupil of his, that is, by my former colleague at Cardiff's UWIST - William P Beddoe 1912-2008.