"Pedwar deg chwech afal."
Now I've read in various places that for numbers up to ten or so, the construction in this sentence (with the singular noun) is right, so "dau gi", "tri phlentyn", "saith llong" etc., but that for bigger numbers the usual form is [number] o [plural noun], so "pedwar deg chwech o afalau", "cant o ddynion". Any ideas, anyone?
The practice seems to be changing little by little. The pattern with o seems to be used less these days. If you want to use it, then you have to make the effort to learn your plural nouns!
Yes. This is a known error in the course - see the 'Hints and Tips' for this section (Numbers). The correct Welsh version is accepted as an answer, and it should appear as a prompt about half the time until we can get rid of the incorrect one.
I am aware of the error, but when I put in the correct version, it marked me wrong.
pedwar deg chwe afal is definitely in the database as a 'best answer'.
I have just deleted that answer from the database and re-added it to see if that fixes the problem of it not being recognised as correct.
Let us know if it still does not work.
It seems to be is resisting all the fixes I tried, so I have now deleted it and replaced it with a sentence about lemons instead.
Is it insisting on the phrase starting with a capital letter, perhaps? This seems to be a problem from time to time, even though it should be ignored.
Still marked wrong Sept 2017, even starting "pedwar" with a capital letter, on Android app.
So I've had 73, 34 and 46 apples. 153 apples. Don't ask what for.
Thanks. The correct spelling in British English is 'forty-six'. The hyphen has now been added, but it may take a little while to appear in the system.