Why not just yr afal instead of mae'r?
Mae is the 'is' in the sentence.
Mae'r comes from combining 'mae' with 'yr'(the).
With two vowels next to each other, one is removed and the phrase is contracted to "mae'r"
I see. I got confused because it accepted my translation "the red apple"
It should not accept that.
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will do. Thanks.
mae is the verb here. Have a look at the 'Hints and Tips' notes for the previous section 'Present Tense 3'.
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