"May I walk? Yes."
Translation:Ga i gerdded? Cei.
Ydy is used to answer "Ydy" questions e.g "Ydy hi'n cerdded? Ydy", whereas this is a question that is using the verb "cael" which is answered with "cei"
Is there any lesson on where/when these mutations occur? Why does cerdded become gerdded?
I may be incorrect, but I havent seen any of these phrases answered negatively, ie "you may not" or "no"
How do you refuse a request thaf someone makes with "ga i.."?
This is explained in the course notes for a later section and there are examples in the course material for that section of both forms. A note on the answer forms for the section 'May I?' has now been added.
- Ga i ...? Cei/Na chei. - May I ...? Yes/No. (ti)
- Ga i...? Cewch/Na chewch. - May I...? Yes/No. (chi)