Duh, it probably just rained.
Yup, "roedd hi'n bwrw glaw ddoe/neithiwr", maybe. (It was raining yesterday/yesterday evening).
How is "wlyb" pronounced? I couldn't get it right because it sounded like "breed" or "breen." Which didn't make sense.
Something like "oo-leeb", with stress on the "leeb" .
"There is hi'n wet" asked to translate this into English. Did anyone else have this to do ????
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