He REEEEEALLY like porridge!
Is it ok to use 'lite' instead of brochan?
Is this language and Welsh more focused in British English? It's only a question, not a judgement.
Is 'the porridge is good' wrong?
I guess that would be something along the lines of "tha am brochan math."
"An", "am" "an t-" or "a'" before vowels is "the" (the definite article).
Oddly, it accepted "Tha broch an math" as correct