I accidentally put 'so' instead of 'do' and the first thing that came to my mind was, "Man, imagine how dead a conversation has to get for someone to say 'So, do you like water?'. Poor guy (or girl)."
Have to say my Welsh water does taste better than anywhere else - I lived in Southampton and the water there is so 'recycled' tasting.... don't get me started on London water! I have to drink bottled / with flavour added as it's so vile has a horrible chlorinated taste - I guess we grew up lucky - Welsh water tastes really clean and pure... literally can taste the mountain off it and not salty - like some carbonated water is! - each to their own though!
I've never been to Wales but I'm half Scottish and I'm quite fond of the water there
Ydw, dw i'n hoffi dŵr Cymreig "Yes, I like Welsh water"
Ydw, dw i'n hoffi dŵr Cymru "Yes, I like Welsh water" (lit. "the water of Wales")
Ydw, dw i'n hoffi dŵr Cymraeg "Yes, I like Welsh-speaking water"
You like Welsh water? I'm not sure, but the 'cymraeg' might have to be lenited (or whatever it's called) to 'gymraeg'. Does Welsh water have a special taste? :)
It does indeed have a special taste, being mountain water :) But as for the grammar, I have no idea (only level 4, you see!)
also re- I don't like water people you can just add the negation in... so being told how to say you like something actually makes it very easy to say you don't like something / hate something / love something...