"Do you like listening to music?"
Translation:Dych chi'n hoffi gwrando ar gerddoriaeth?
Can licio be used here instead of hoffi ?
Why does "cerddoriaeth" change to the soft mutation form of "gerddoriaeth?" I thought soft mutations happen when a noun follows a vowel like "i" or "o" but here the preposition is "ar."
Maybe a long time a go soft mutation could be explained as occuring due to a vowel, however that is no longer the case. Many words that end with consonants cause soft mutation, with "ar" being one of them. Twelve main prepositions cause soft mutation, "Am, Ar, At, Dan, Dros, Drwy, Heb, I , O, Gan, Wrth, Hyd".
According to the course notes, Dych chi = you plural. Would this be the same as 'You all'? Or as we say in the southern U.S., .Ya'll, ie Do you all (y'all) like listening to music?