Oh ok! I didn't know it was the past tense of gwneud, by the way.
Let me just say that part of my challenge to myself to learn Welsh (even though it is really unnecessary in my life!) includes trying to keep the process as enjoyable and smooth as possible.
I'm still having a hard time reading because what I see is really weird and don't really translate into the right sounds in my head, so it gets really confusing (thinking of "ll" for example that's really common in Italian but sounds totally different).
So I'm mostly focusing on listening for now, and what I hear and picture in my mind is actually "nessi" and "nesti" .
Now I'm trying to put things in some order, so I go searching through vocabulary lists how to write these things in order to make questions and understand better, but sometimes I don't notice the connections (like reverse order in other tenses, etc)