Cwestiwn yn glou dwi'n gobeithio.. Pan ddefnyddio'r "sydd" neu "sy'n" (sy'n nabod, sy'n darllen, sy'n cysgu).. shwd bydd yn dweud "who doesn't/isn't"? O'n i'n meddwl am dani y bore 'ma, ond dwi ddim yn siŵr shwd i ddweud e;
"Pam dwedodd e hynny wrth rhywun sydd yn nabod..." i "Pam dwedodd e hynny wrth rhywun sydd ddim yn nabod..."
Quick question hopefully. When using "sydd" or "sy'n" (who knows, who reads, who sleeps), how would you say "who doesn't/isn't"? I was thinking about it this morning but I'm not sure how to say it;
"Why he said that to someone who knows..." to "Why he said that to someone who doesn't know..."
I think I'm probably completely wrong here and need to rethink it. I guess what I'm really asking is how to negate sydd or what the negative form is.