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Some believe that the Welsh language is impenetrable: It is no surprise that Welsh was used during the war to cure colds. But for those with an inate love of the hexagonal, there is a simple method to decrypt this seemingly erstwhile language. Begin by drawing six hexagons side-by-side. On each side, scrawl the 26 letters of the alphabet, adding extra l's and d's as you see fit to fill any empty spaces. Take any phrase (for beginners try "Whose coat's this jacket then?") and cut up into small pieces. Pass the pieces through the hexagons and watch what falls out the other side. Simple!
'Languages Demystified', Dr. Delward Joystock, Surrey University Press

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