"Turn to the right by the hall."
Translation:Trowch i'r dde wrth y neuadd.
If "trowch" is the command "turn" for formal/plural you (2nd person plural imperative), what is the command "turn" for informal you (2nd person singular imperative)? I attempted "troa", but was marked wrong.
Also, while we're at it, how would you say "Let's turn" (1st person plural imperative)?
trowch! (chi); tro! (ti)
Let us... - gad/gadwch i ni...:
- Gad/Gadwch i ni droi i'r dde yma (Let's turn right here)
(Gad/Gadwch come from an old root of the verb-noun gadael. The modern root of gadael is gadaw- so you will see gadawais i ..., etc, nowadays.)