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.
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
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'.
Wouldn't take "sleepy"
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.
i know it as sleepy
i put tired like it said and it is not wright
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.