"Are you an actor?"
Translation:Actor dych chi?
"Actor wyt ti" is marked as a correct response but this vocabulary hasn't been taught for me yet.
Because to put it in that construction you would need an "yn" which in this case becomes an "'n". So "Dych chi'n actor?".
Thanks, I knew that yn contracted to 'n after chi, but not why we need the "yn" in this construction.
What is the yn / 'n thing that is used so much around verbs? Can someone tell me more abou it? Diolch.
"Athro" isn't in the system for this sentence and shouldn't be. "Athro" is "Teacher", "Actor" is "Actor".