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Cwyno - To complain, To whinge
PRESENT TENSE - AFFIRMATIVE
Dwi'n cwyno - I am complaining
Wyt ti'n cwyno - You are complaining (familiar)
Mae e'n cwyno / Mae hi'n cwyno - He / She is complaining
Dyn ni'n cwyno - We are complaining
Dych chi'n cwyno - You (plural) are complaining (also singular formal)
Maen nhw'n cwyno - They are complaining
PRESENT TENSE - NEGATIVE
Dwi ddim yn cwyno - I am not complaining
Dwyt ti ddim yn cwyno - You are not complaining (familiar)
Dydy e ddim yn cwyno / Dydy hi ddim yn cwyno - He / She is not complaining
Dyn ni ddim yn cwyno - We are not complaining
Dych chi ddim yn cwyno - You (plural) are not complaining (also singular formal)
Dyn nhw ddim yn cwyno - They are not complaining
PRESENT TENSE - INTERROGATIVE
Ydw i'n cwyno? - Am I complaining?
Wyt ti'n cwyno? - Are you complaining? (familiar)
Ydy e'n cwyno / Ydy hi'n cwyno? - Is he / Is she complaining?
Ydyn ni'n cwyno? - Are we complaining?
Ydych chi'n cwyno? - Are you (plural) complaining? (also singular formal)
Ydyn nhw'n cwyno? - Are they complaining?
QUESTION - ’NO / YES’ REPLIES
Ydw i'n cwyno? - (Nac) Wyt / (Ydych - formal)
Wyt ti'n cwyno? - (Nac) Ydw
Ydy e'n cwyno / Ydy hi'n cwyno? - (Nac) Ydy
Ydyn ni'n cwyno? - (Nac) Ydyn / Ydych
Ydych chi'n cwyno? - (Nac) Ydyn / (Ydw - formal)
Ydyn nhw'n cwyno? - (Nac) Ydyn
N.B. 'Wyt ti' is the familiar form of the 2nd person and should be used only when addressing close friends, family members and animals. 'Dych chi' is the polite form and should be used in all other instances.