So if I were to use it in a sentence, would it be "Wedi blino dw i"?
You could say it that way for emphasis, or dw i wedi blino.
You still say, " dw i wedi blino"
excuse me, Wedi Blino does mean "cansado"? Tired : Whos needs to rest or sleep?
So when I added 'I am tired' it said incorrect its just 'tired'. Why does the floating hint tell me something different?
This is beta. You can report that! :)
I just thought it was me not understanding something
"Dw i" is I am. so it is just "tired", not "i am tired"
Is there a grammatical reason the word is separated? For example, are there other words with wedi or blino as a part of them?
we later learn 'wedi' to mean have...so I'd imagine this means something like 'have tiredness'.
What does "wedi blino" mean exactly, word by word?
literally, "after tiring"; slightly less literally, "having tired".
I learned the word "blino" while watching the TV show "Bang" (looked it up on Google Translate because I didn't know about Duolingo). Why did the character say "blino" -- just the one word, no "dw i" -- instead of "wedi blino"? Thanks.
why are the words separed? isn't it one word?
yes, thats what I need to know
No, it is two words.
The literal translation would be a short phrase, but it's used the way "tired" is in English.
could you actually give the literal translation? edit: i see that you did this downthread
i know it as sleepy
those word s are separate so i thought they were i am tired the i got it wrong
What is the literal translation of wedi blino?
See the question by deVignolles, further up.
I hadn't seen this. Thanks, Mizinamo.
I've gone way past this particular lesson, but I'm still confused about how to say mother or father
If anyone could please tell me so I can say good night to my parents that would be great.