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"No, I don't have a dragon."

Translation:Nac oes, does dim draig gyda fi.

2 years ago

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i was taught to say nac oes does dim .......... gyda fi . however this course doesnt recognise it and keeps saying am wrong,

2 years ago

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That should be accepted. Report answers that you strongly believe to be correct.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/nuttyjoon
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diolch

2 years ago

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I've just been marked as correct for this answer, so it has been corrected now

2 years ago

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What's the difference between Nac oes and Nac ydw?

1 year ago

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Nac ydw = No (I am not)

Nac oes = No (there is not)

Remember that "I have" in Welsh is usually expressed as "There is ... with me", so "yes" and "no" answers to "Is there ... with you?" (Do you have ...?) must be expressed as "yes (there is)" or "no (there is not)".

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Tony519030

I translated it as "Na nid oes ddraig gennyf" which was marked incorrect, but I suspect that it is an acceptable alternative?

1 year ago