Hello thank you for the encouragement last week. I have a few questions if you wouldn’t mind helping me please?
1 - I finished the mind-bending challenge 4 of the 6 month course but it took me lots of repeat listens to get to the point I could say the sentences confidently with the pause button but no hope of saying it before the lady for longer sentences yet, never mind 80% of the time. This means I only started challenge 5 (which I’m finding easier, phew) today so will prob be lagging behind again next week. How important is it that I can do the sentences before the lady 80% of the time before moving on?
Why is an i sometimes inserted where one is not usually needed? Ie I’ve got something else to say ends with i ddweud but I’d like to say something is just dweud without the i?
When learning it’s interesting it begins with mae’n, but is interesting begins with yn. When saying I have been learning welsh it’s dw i wedi bod yn dysgu so does that translate as I have been learning is welsh or am I hearing it wrong/are there 2 meanings?
Sorry if the above isn’t explained clearly but would appreciate an explanation if possible, or a swift ‘don’t overthink it, that’s not the point of the 6 month course’ if that’s the best way to continue