Mick wrote:siopybont wrote:'Rŵan is nawr backwards!!!!!!
Surely they're not all backwards in NW?!?
jammyjames60 wrote:'Rŵan = yn yr awr hon.
Nawr = yn awr.
Hazel wrote:I have a friend in Aberystwyth who says, before radio and television, her parents (NW) could not understand people in South Wales and vice versa. The difference was in pronunciation and, apparentl, it was a much greater different then than today. The idiot box may be the great equalizer. Forgive me if I rather fear that.
Jashwntw wrote:I can imagine a gyda in the sense of something physically there with you. and gen as something non physical like having a question?
Jashwntw wrote:I have copied this from plaid cymru's website:
Mae gennyf gysylltiadau cryf gyda’r gymuned ac rwy’n teimlo taw fi yw’r ymgeisydd delfrydol i’r ardal.
You can see that the speaker has distinguished the kind of context in which gen and gyda are used??
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