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"You are guilty of being there."

Translation:Rwyt ti'n euog o fod 'na.

August 23, 2016



I should get it by now, but I don't. When is it wyt and wher is it rwyt?

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The full list is here :- https://www.duolingo.com/skill/cy/PresTens3

Simply the statements start with an 'r' ie rydw i, rwyt ti, rydyn ni, rydych chi (although in speech we drop the 'r' in everything except for 'rwyt')

The question form drops the 'r'.

So in the above 'Rwyt ti'n euog o fod 'na' = You are guilty of being there. Wyt ti'n euog o fod 'na? = Are you guilty of being there?

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