"Dych chi eisiau siocled?"

Translation:Do you want a chocolate?

January 26, 2016



Why is this not "Ydych chi'n eisiau siocled?"

January 26, 2016


No "yn/'n" with "eisiau".

January 31, 2016


So this sentence would have the 'n if it was using a verb like hoffi?

February 9, 2016


Certainly would :D It can be confusing and you might be asking, "Why doesn't eisiau use yn?" It's because technically the "verb" eisiau is used in the construction "Mae eisiau .... arna i" but nowadays it much more common to see Dw i eisiau.....

If something is "wanting" on you because you need it/lack it, then it is ar someone :)

The conjugation of ar is taught in the course :)

February 10, 2016


Any other words like that?

August 13, 2018


What would "do you want chocolate be?" Apparently this has to be "do you want a chocolate".

June 14, 2018


'Do you want chocolate?' and 'Do you want some chocolate?' are also accepted as answers.

If either of those has been rejected, check that you are using the latest version of the Duo app. If they are still rejected, raise a 'Duolingo bug report'.

June 14, 2018


The correct answer shown on this discussion page is "Do you want a chocolate?" Can that be corrected (remove "a") or do you have no control over that?

October 5, 2018


'...a chocolate' and '...any chocolate' are also correct:

  • Dych chi eisiau siocled? - Do you want [a/some/any/] chocolate?
October 5, 2018


Oh I see - as when offered from a box of chocolates. Sorry!

October 5, 2018


Why is 'are you wanting a chocolate ' not accepted? So then how.would you say it?

June 20, 2018


Why Would You Say That?

July 16, 2018
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