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> Croeso I Gymru, Mutations...and grammar!
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Siarls 
Posted: 29-Mar-2006, 04:29 PM
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can you show me a sentence with it in, please gwen?


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Posted: 03-Apr-2006, 08:39 AM
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I didn't read your post till now, Siarls. Here's one example:
" ..., a chan fod y tywydd yn cynhesu, mi fydd y llethrau sgio yn slwtch erbyn amser cinio." - from a post at maes-e.
T Llew uses this expression sometimes but I can't locate the very sentences unless I read Tn ar y Comin all over again.


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Posted: 03-Apr-2006, 01:56 PM
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I came across another example of "gyda" with aspirate mutation in T Llew's book:
"Dewch i'r ty." A chyda'r gair cychwynnodd Tom Ifans i fyny'r clos serth.
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Siarls 
Posted: 02-Jan-2007, 05:04 PM
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I've seen "chyda" a few times now too. I reckon it must be a style.

I'm mainly on here, just to say that when you use the genidol (genitive?) in Welsh, there's no need for the definite article...

e.g.
The London Marathon - Marathon Llundain
the bedroom of my brother - ystafell wely fy mrawd
I went to the birthplace of Shakespeare - Es i i le a ganwyd Shakespeare.
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