"You are listening to music."
Translation:Rwyt ti'n gwrando ar gerddoriaeth.
The proper form is with the verb:
- Rwyt ti'n gwrando...
- Dych chi'n gwrando...
The verb is sometimes dropped in casual speech, but we do not usually do that on this course.
I'm confused as to why 'Rydych chi'n gwrando i cerddoriaeth' is wrong. What determines whether you use 'i' or 'ar'?
Different verbs use different prepositions to create meanings. They are not always the ones that you might expect based on the English.
- gwrando ar - listening to
I love the word '(c/)gerddoriaeth'. It sounds cool haha. I can't quite get the pronunciation right yet though! I used to be able to trill my r's better in words when I was younger but I have such a hard time now.
rwyt it may be correct in written material, but surely nowadays only learners actually say 'rwyt', most say 'wyt'!