So... bwyta=eat and bwydo=feed, right? Searching the Internet I've found bwyd means food. Do the endings -ta and -do have a particular meaning (or I really shouldn't worry about them)? Diolch!
Wondering why "I fed the dog today" isn't acceptable?
That is a different type of past tense. This section is focusing on the past perfect tense, so saying that you have done something. So in this case, "I have fed the dog today" would be the correct answer".
The Past Perfect (aka the Pluperfect) tense deals with actions that "had" been completed, not "have". This section is concerned with the Present Perfect I believe.
what does the 'r mean when added to bwydo
'r is a contraction of y(r), "the", after a vowel.
Accidentally typed feed instead of fed but it didn't count as a typo and was marked wrong.