"Ar ôl i mi godi, ges i goffi."
Translation:After I got up, I had a coffee.
Why does 'i mi godi' form the past tense in this case? You either conjugate the verb or use 'gwneud' as an auxiliary, but neither has been done here; shouldn't it be 'Gwnes i godi'?
"ar ôl i..." means "after" but doesn't specify tense -- you get that from context.
So it could be "after I got up" (past), "after I get up" (present/generic) or even future.
Though since in this sentence, the second part is past, the first one will presumably have past tense meaning as well.