"Are you a teacher?"
Translation:Athrawes dych chi?
What is the difference between 'Athrawes dych chi?' and 'Athrawes wyt ti?'?
On the multiple choice version of this, or a question very much like it, I was given the options "Athrawes dych chi?", "Athro dych chi?" and "athro dych chi?"
I selected all three, and was marked as wrong, ostensibly because the third is incorrect, even though it's the same as the second.
I would have reported it, only this happened during a timed practice, and I ran out of time before I could submit the report. >_<
No using that construction it would need to be "Dych chi'n athro". And would more likely be a question.
I put 'wyt ti'n athrawes'. Alla unrhywun esbonio beth sy'n anghywir? Diolch!
Does “dwyt ti” exist? I feel like i’ve seen it somewhere ...but here Athro wyt ti (and Athrawes dych chi etc) is right.