This is my first post so I hope it meets the approval of this jolly forum !
I am reading for the 2nd time, the hilarious book for learners ‘Sgwp’ by Lois Arnold.
It’s quite easy and the narrative flows well and there are useful idioms and contemporary expressions.
However, I keep coming across ‘baswn i’, ‘taswn i’ and ‘faswn I’.
I realise it is a subjunctive form, but can’t determine why each one is used. I realise the faswn is probably the treigladd of baswn in context, but ‘taswn l’ floors me.
The example: “Ond taswn i’n edrych am gariad…wel”
The heroine was dumped by her previous boyfriend and is very focussed on her future career as an award winning reporter… but she fancies the paper’s photographer
Thank you very much