Well, my lasagna better hurry it up if it doesn't want to be late!
Is lasagne pronounced like that? Or is it more like the English word?
No, everyone pronounces it the normally way, that's just happening because the text to speech reads things in a Welsh way by using the spelling phonetically.
I thought that was probably the case, just wanted to make sure, thanks :)
No it is pronounced somewhat like lasanie and use lasagna instead of lasagne:)
Stuck in traffic probably
Can't wait for "My postilion has been struck by lightening." :)
My hovercraft is full of eels.
What does this sentence mean? Is there something Im doing wrong with lasagne? I normally eat it!
Is that the only way of saying the possessive in Welsh, is there an alternative for the North as they often have a different order of words?
Yes this is the only way. It is either "Fy lasagne" (which is the basic form with no emphasis) or "Fy lasagne fi" (which has emphasis). It's not uncommon to hear "Lasagna fi" but this is considered incorrect.