Hey, does anyone know if the verb 'moyn' needs 'yn' before it, or does it go without like 'eisiau'?
Moyn takes yn.
An 'n' and a 'm' are hard sounds to follow each other - isn't it the case that in speech, individuals will just say 'dwi moyn'?
No, you can either take a pause in between to pronounce them very clearly, or you'll find that they flow quite freely into one another (Say the "n" and then just close the lips to say the "m".
In slangy Welsh, some people do drop the 'n/yn that is needed between a verb form of bod and a verb-noun such as moyn, bwyta, mynd, etc. Not in good Welsh, though.
Why is dwi'n moyn crys wrong then?
It shouldn't be.
I wrote Dw i eisiau crys. and it said I was wrong and it should have been dwi'n moyn crys - eh??
"Dw i eisiau crys" is part of the accepted answers list, so are you sure that that's what you wrote?
Yea completely sure, word for word - maybe a glitch?
Yeah those unfortunately do pop up sometimes, hopefully it won't become a big issue.