"He will be in the class."
Translation:Bydd e yn y dosbarth.
Will 'e' and 'yn' never contract to form "e'n" in this context? Or is it more stylistic?
As far as I know, the preposition yn meaning "in" (that takes nasal mutation) does not contract with a preceding vowel, unlike the particle yn that comes before a verb (that causes no mutation) or the one that comes before a predicate noun or adjectives (that takes soft mutation).