"I like the crab."
Translation:Dw i'n hoffi'r cranc.
What is the form 'dwi'n licio' , which DL says is equivalent to 'dw i'n licio'. Is 'dwi' a variant of 'dw i' ?
Yes it's common among younger people, since there is a tendency to smush them the "dw" and the "i" together in speech.
Why can't we use eisiau instead of licio? They haven't even taught us licio yet!