Sometimes I’m confused about when to put “yn” into a sentence.
Nes i gyfarfod rhywun neithiwr sydd isio darllen y llyfr hwn.
I met someone last night who wants to read this book.
For some reason I keep putting “yn” in the sentence:
Nes i gyfarfod rhywun neithiwr sy’n isio darllen y llyfr hwn.
Does that make the sentence “I met someone last night who is wanting to read this book” as opposed to “I met someone last night who wants to read this book?”
Is that the difference by adding “yn”? Sometimes I just don’t know when to add it or not.
I sometimes have the same problem with yr and 'r
Mae hi’n licio’r ffilm 'na
She likes that film
I thought that since y, and 'r are (sort of) an equivalent of “the,” that there would be no 'r in the sentence, “Mae hi’n licio’r ffilm 'na” By adding the 'r isn’t it like adding the word “the”? So doesn’t the sentence read, “She likes the that film?”
Or, there is the distinct possibility that I’m hearing an 'r on the Challenge when there really isn’t one!
And, last question. Why is “I’d like” Licwn i and “He’d like” Byddai fo’n licio. One is saying “I would” and the other is saying “He would” Why don’t they use the same form?
Thank you for helping me clear up these little nagging questions!