"Do you need an example?"
Translation:Oes eisiau enghraifft arnat ti?
Eisiau - 'a want, a need'. Angen - 'a need' So for 'need', either can be used, although angen tends to be used more often for that, perhaps.
The 'best answer' here has been changed to 'want' to reflect that.
(edit - it seems to have become a zombie...)
Is it always the case you can use eisiau for 'need'? I've heard you wouldn't say "dw i eisiau mynd i'r ysgol nawr" for "I need to go to school now", albeit from someone who hasn't spoken Welsh regularly for a fairly (fairly) long time.
As I said above, angen is probably more commonly used for 'need', or rhaid if it it something that you must/have to do:
- Mae angen arna i fynd i'r ysgol nawr
- Dw i angen mynd i'r ysgol nawr
- Rhaid i fi fynd i'r ysgol nawr
Rhaid seems to fit better, really, for having to do something like going to school, as opposed to needing a bag of potatoes.