"Dw i ddim yn hoffi bacwn."
Translation:I do not like bacon.
"I don't like bacon." "I don't like pasta." "I like Monday." Such lies this course is making me type! XD
I'm not a HUGE fan, like it's okay but it's not the orgasmic wonder meat that people crack it up to be.
The " 'n " is used when the word that comes before it ends in a vowel. If the word before it ends in a consonant, "yn" is used instead. Thus, "dw i'n hoffi bacwn" and "dw i ddim yn hoffi bacwn".
That's nice. But still, what role does "I'n" and "yn" play here? What stops me from saying Dw i hoffi coffi and Dw i ddim hoffi coffi?
Because the word before it ends in a consonant. In Welsh, the vowels are A, E, I, O, U, W and Y. If the word ends with any letter other then these, you should use "yn" instead of " 'n ". Thus, "Dw i'n hoffi" and "Dw i ddim yn hoffi".
i have always get this one wrong .. i keep typing "dw i'n hoffi bacon" i dont know why ...
Why are there so many comments on this but not on anything else? Where did all the people come from!?
Perhaps one of the most painful sentences I've ever written, along with "Dw i ddim yn hoffi pasta"
First I'm a dragon, and now this? I'm starting to question Duolingo's sincerity...
Seems to be taking me hours to get through this present tense. I've finished all units apart from politics before but just let it go for a while. So frustrating !
This is a glitch in the system, 'strengthen' doesn't work for this unit, to restore to gold just do the unit again.