It is a hole wasn't accepted. I think it means the same colloquially.
Do you mean in English. I've never seen "It is a hole" to mean it is a dump unless it is preceded by a certain word.
Yes, in English. I've often heard it used like that ( "It is a hole" meaning "It is a dump")
I've heard it too, but it's definitly not good English.
i would call a place a hole.. to call it a dump sounds unnatural to me.
What is the function of yn here? I thought that was generally used with adjectives and verbal things, not nouns.
"Yn" is needed with nouns, verb-nouns and adjectives.
Sorry for asking such a basic question in such an advanced question. I'm coming back to the Welsh programme after javing done other languages for a while.