Sorry to ask a few questions at once, but hopefully someone can shed some light, please. I’ve just returned to the course after a long break due to some personal stuff, and I’m v pleased to say that I’ve almost caught up with myself (I had got to L2 Ch 6), but there are a few little things bugging me -
1, Level 2 Challenge 2
“The boy told me that he wants to go now” - I thought that would be “dwedodd yr bachgen wrth a’i fod en moyn mynd nawr.” But, it sounds like the correct answer is ‘bod en’ or bydd en’ , rather than fod en - can’t quite make out what they are saying! Why would that be? Or am I just hearing that incorrectly?
- “We wouldn’t want to ask them” - I thought would be “ddydden i ddim yn moyn gofyn i nhw” . But, it sounds like “ddydden i ddim yn moyn gofyn iddyn nhw.” Which reminds me of iddo fe/iddi hi (he’d /she’d better) from Level 1, but I don’t understand what the “iddyn” is or why it is there.
3, In the old course, we were taught
mae (whatever) gyda fi.
However, in the new course, it is always (at least, so far…)
mae gyda fi (whatever).
Are there different contexts in one or other would be more correct/appropriate? Or does in not matter which sentence structure is used?
Thank you - and apologies for any spelling errors.