"You are listening to music."

Translation:Rwyt ti'n gwrando ar gerddoriaeth.

October 5, 2016



Should "ti'n gwrando ar gerddoriaeth" be accepted?

October 5, 2016


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.

October 6, 2016


I'm confused as to why 'Rydych chi'n gwrando i cerddoriaeth' is wrong. What determines whether you use 'i' or 'ar'?

December 16, 2016


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
December 16, 2016


"You're listening on music"… nice.

December 24, 2016


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.

January 4, 2017


rwyt it may be correct in written material, but surely nowadays only learners actually say 'rwyt', most say 'wyt'!

December 10, 2017


Remember that this is an introductory course for learners. But rwyt ti is also common enough in the wild.

December 10, 2017
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