It also says "Ddraig dych chi?" is correct. What is the difference?
Ddraig is the mutated form.
It mentions "Draig dach chi" but "dach" is not a form we have learned :-/
I said this on another thread; a nice Welshman (or woman) explained to me that "Dach" is used primarily in the North, while "dych" is used primarily in the South :)
Thank you! I do wish the course would introduce the variants before it counts your response wrong for not selecting all correct responses on multiple choice questions, but that's not the contributors' fault.
I wish the same thing too, and they said they're looking into doing it later on. The course is still in beta, so it may be quite a while before all the little flaws like that are fixed ;)
Why isn't Dych chi'n draig correct?
Because it is not the correct sentence structure
When I put "dych chi draig" it said "dych chi'n ddraig", is there a difference between this and OP's question?
Brcause you have to put draig first sue ann
Draig ydych chi? - first time I see ydych used instead of dych. What's the difference?
Not much difference. Just different translation, Ydych is more commonly used