I'm new at Welsh, (and enjoying it) but can someone tell me why you couldn't have put Megan before "diolch".... The question I had was "_ diolch" and choices were Dim and Megan. Since word order, for me, is all over the place having studied most Nordic and Germanic languages-- I'm only now starting with Celtic types... does word order insist that only Dim can precede words like diolch, (which I wonder if that's a generic "thanks"), or could it have been Megan, thanks? And Diolch in advance for any help!
It would have been dim diolch Megan because in English it means no thank you Megan
I could use some extra help with this language, could someone help me out?
So if I wanted to say something was done 'without thanks' or was a 'thankless' job, would that only be 'heb diolch'?