I've always thought that "mum" was fairly normal British English, but "mam"? Is that more specifically a Welsh English usage?
Mam is very commonly used in English in parts of Wales where Welsh is still spoken as a community language or where Welsh was recently used as a community language.
In the valleys where welsh isn't often spoken or the first language 'mam' is often used for mum
Is this really a 'plan' or future tense? Surely, this is 'present' tense and seems a bit odd/confusing in the first lesson a topic called 'plans' intended to introduce how the future tense is used to discuss future events?
I was similarly confused as to how to make the previous question, 'Ydy hi ar gael nawr?', fit with a future tense.
Surely, it would better, or at least less confusing, to have these later in lessons in a mix of tenses rathar than here when the use of the future tense to talk about plans is being introduced and there are only two lessons anyway? It seems a bit if a wasted opportunity.