De Sadorn, üdnegves warn ügens mis Est
Saturday, 31st August
Thew hebma an diwettha dedh a vis Est ha'n diwettha dedh hav a veteorologieth. An brâssa radn a havyjy gen flehes ew gellys kerr (e kerdh). Dewhelys ens dhe'n anedhow aga honan dhe vos parys rag an vledhen scol nowydh. Thew an treth ogas ha gwag marnas clubb judo, trethek aga lavregow. Ma whath tüs gen keun teg. Anjei ell gòrtos termyn hirra – nag üjy an keun mos dhe scol. Ma gwrians brâs war an treth (merkya cors) ha reb an treth. Avorow e vedh (y fedh) kestrif “Triathlon Surf” - neyja e'n mor, pònya war an treth ha'n tewenyow, diwrosa en vorrow (fordhow) a'n costys a-hes. Kemerowgh with a veikoryon! Ma lies toll e'n vorr (fordh). Merkys ens gen nebonan gen paynt rüdhvelyn.
This is the last day of August and the ultimate day of meteorological summer. Most summer visitors with children have gone away. They have returned to their own homes to be ready for the new school year. The beach is almost empty except for a judo club, with sandy trousers. There are still people with beautiful dogs. They can stay for a longer time – the dogs do not go to school. There is great activity on the beach (marking a course) and by the beach. There's a Surf Triathlon competition tomorrow – swimming in the sea, running on the beach and sand-dunes, cycling along local roads. Take care bikers! There are many holes in the road. Someone has marked them with orange paint.
Deg ger rag hedhyw: Ten words for today
anedhow homes, dwellings, residences < annedh (sing.)
an diwettha last, ultimate < diwedh end, finish/diwedhes late
hirra longer < hir long
marnas except for
mos e kerdh go away, depart (can be shortened to mos kerr)
ogas ha almost (before adjective)
marnas except for