"How are you Morgan?"

Translation:Sut dych chi, Morgan?

January 26, 2016



I think a basic explanation of chi/ti would be helpful.

January 26, 2016

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To quote Wikipedia:

Chi, in addition to serving as the second-person plural pronoun, is also used as a singular in formal situations, as is in French and Russian. Conversely, ti can be said to be limited to the informal singular, such as when speaking with a family member, a friend, or a child. This usage corresponds closely to the practice in other European languages.

January 26, 2016


up in North Wales, it's "sut wyt ti".

January 26, 2016
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