"Dych chi'n mynd i Aberteifi?"

Translation:Are you going to Cardigan?

2/11/2016, 9:45:13 AM

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♪ Dych chi'n mynd i Ffair Scarboro? ♫

2/11/2016, 9:45:13 AM

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Parsli, seij, rosmeiri, a taim?

3/27/2016, 2:57:45 AM

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Persli, saets, rhosmari a theim ;)

4/12/2016, 5:31:46 AM

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No soft mutation after "i"?

(Also, Welsh Wikipedia calls the town Scarborough.)

2/12/2016, 7:59:19 AM

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Ff doesn't appear to mutate, and I was taking a shot in the dark with a phonetic spelling.

2/13/2016, 1:29:35 AM

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How odd! (From my point of view.)

Though I had also expected R to turn into RH under aspirate mutation and it doesn't do that, either.

I shall have to try to remember that. (And that TH doesn't turn into DD under soft mutation despite the two being a voicing pair.)

Thanks!

2/13/2016, 5:53:40 AM

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No problem! I know mutations are regular (in their own ways), but they don't quite seem to be logical...

2/13/2016, 7:49:52 AM

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If you know a bit about the history of the language they make a lot more sense.

3/17/2016, 5:09:18 PM

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Da iawn!

9/29/2018, 11:14:39 AM
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