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Dwyn - To Steal


  • PRESENT TENSE - AFFIRMATIVE


    ...

    Dwi'n dwyn - I am stealing

    Wyt ti'n dwyn - You are stealing (familiar)

    Mae e'n dwyn / Mae hi'n dwyn - He / She is stealing

    Dyn ni'n dwyn - We are stealing

    Dych chi'n dwyn - You (plural) are stealing (also singular formal)

    Maen nhw'n dwyn - They are stealing

    ,,,


    PRESENT TENSE - NEGATIVE


    ...

    Dwi ddim yn dwyn - I am not stealing

    Dwyt ti ddim yn dwyn - You are not stealing (familiar)

    Dydy e ddim yn dwyn / Dydy hi ddim yn dwyn - He / She is not stealing

    Dyn ni ddim yn dwyn - We are not stealing

    Dych chi ddim yn dwyn - You (plural) are not stealing (also singular formal)

    Dyn nhw ddim yn dwyn - They are not stealing

    ...


    PRESENT TENSE - INTERROGATIVE


    ...

    Ydw i'n dwyn? - Am I stealing?

    Wyt ti'n dwyn? - Are you stealing? (familiar)

    Ydy e'n dwyn / Ydy hi'n dwyn? - Is he / Is she stealing?

    Ydyn ni'n dwyn? - Are we stealing?

    Ydych chi'n dwyn? - Are you (plural) stealing? (also singular formal)

    Ydyn nhw'n dwyn? - Are they stealing?

    ...


    QUESTION - ’NO / YES’ REPLIES


    ...

    Ydw i'n dwyn? - (Nac) Wyt / (Ydych - formal)

    Wyt ti'n dwyn? - (Nac) Ydw

    Ydy e'n dwyn / Ydy hi'n dwyn? - (Nac) Ydy

    Ydyn ni'n dwyn? - (Nac) Ydyn / Ydych

    Ydych chi'n dwyn? - (Nac) Ydyn / (Ydw - formal)

    Ydyn nhw'n dwyn? - (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.

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