see you tomorrow"
"Will I see you tomorrow?"
"I wont see you tomorrow."
Put these endings
on to the stem of the verbnoun, e.g. 'I will see would
be 'wela i'. See also notes below.
-a i ddim
-i di ddim
-ith e/o ddim
-ith hi ddim
-wn ni ddim
-wch chi ddim
-an nhw ddim
1. Affirmative form can be preceded by affirmative marker
mi (N) or fe (S). , which cause SM.
2. No linking 'yn' is required between the verbnoun and the
subject, e.g. wela in yfory would be incorrect.
3. Soft mutation is used after the subject of the sentence,
e.g. Mi brynith Sarah fara - Sarah will buy bread; and after
a personal ending, e.g. wela i gath - I will see a cat.
4. Mutation of beginning of stems: Aff - none or SM, Int -
SM, Neg - AM or SM.
5. Use 'mo' instead of 'dim' if before either 'the' or a particularised
word, e.g. 'wela i mo'r ffilm', 'I wont see the film'.
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