'n - Is this just for like or will I be seeing it elsewhere?
I read this in Tips & Notes:
"To say 'I like', we link 'I am' (dw i) with 'liking' ('hoffi') using a small word which does not actually translate into English when it is used like this - 'n (that is, 'apostrophe n'). So, 'I like' is made up of:
dw i + 'n + hoffi, giving us, dw i'n hoffi - 'I like'"
The way I read this is that it is specific to things one likes. is this 'n used in other ways as well?