I like to try to stick to the five main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corns, syrup, and honey. ;)
i think this sentence would have been better stated as Dw i'n hoffi te a mêl or maybe Dw i'n hoffi coffi a siwrgr
Wait, does this mean "coffee with honey" ?? I've been translating near identical lines for months and I assumed things such as "coffee and chocolate" meant the items individually
Is the "'n" always necessary when constructing the present tenses? Dw i'n ; dych chi'n...
I believe it is part of the word "yn" and it's a contraction of "i" and "yn"
"I like coffee and honey" is the 'best' answer for this translation so it should not have rejected it.
Same here, it's coming up as incorrect. This is still tree 1 though, so maybe it's been fixed in tree 2?