"Dw i'n hoffi te a dŵr."

Translation:I like tea and water.

July 3, 2016

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Ond te MAE dwr!


*Ond mae te yn ddŵr. (Remember Welsh is Verb-Subject-Object - Mae-Te(yn)-dŵr). Also I left the "yn" separate from the "Te" in this instance as it shows emphasis in the same way that you put emphasis on the "is" in English.


Diolch! I know you can rearrange the sentence for emphasis sometimes ("Owen dw i," "draig dych chi") , but I was wondering how to emphasize the verb since it already comes at the front of things. Never learn if I don't try, I suppose.

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