"Some thieves were caught."

Translation:Gaeth lladron eu dal.

June 24, 2016



Would it be possible to say "Gaethon lladron eu dal"? Or is this form only used with the pronoun nhw?

June 24, 2016

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You answered your own question.

Plural nouns are paired with the form of the verb in the third person singular in all tenses.

Mae'r lladron yn hapus = 'The thieves are happy'

Roedd y lladron yn hapus = 'The thieves were happy'

Aeth y lladron i'r lle hapus = 'The thieves went to the happy place'

Aiff/Eith (SW/NW) y lladron i'r lle hapus = 'The thieves will go to the happy place'


June 24, 2016


I put "gaeth lladron eu dal" and it was right without the Welsh word for some. Is there a Welsh word for some? And when do you use it?

October 5, 2016
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