"I do not have any food."
Translation:Does dim bwyd gen i.
I'm pretty sure it was there. I did make it one of the 'best' answers as well just now, but that should have made no difference to its validity.
Isn't the 'gen i' usually placed before the (then mutated) noun that is 'being had'? I typed Does dim gen i fwyd and it was rejected?
gen i/gyda fi can come either before or after the thing owned. However, remember the dim in the negative pattern:
- Does dim bwyd [gen i/gyda fi].
- Does [gen i/gyda fi] ddim bwyd. - initial mutation of dim bwyd if gen i/gyda fi is put in front of it in the sentence (this is more common in some dialects than in others)