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16.0Describing peopleDownloads
16.1 Yn + ansoddeiriau - Using 'yn' with adjectives
16.2 Mwy nac un ansoddair - Using more than one adjective
16.3 Negyddol - Negative
16.4 Gofyn cwestiwn - Asking a question
16.5 Roedd - Was/ were
16.6 Oedd? - Was/ were?
16.7 Hefyd - too / also chwaith - either
16.8 Eithaf/ rhy - quite/ too
16.9 Sgwrs - Conversation
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Series One | Lesson: 16 | Level: entry_level

16.4 - Gofyn cwestiwn - Asking a question

Let's ask some questions in the Present Tense:

Ydy Pavarotti'n dew? - Ydy.
- Is Pavarotti fat? - Yes (he is).

Ydych chi'n fyr? - Nac ydw.
- Are you short? - No (I'm not).

Ydyn nhw'n olau? - Ydyn.
- Are they fair? - Yes (they are).

Ydy hi'n bert? - Ydy.
- Is she pretty? - Yes (she is).

Although 'a' is normally used in front of a consonant and 'ac' in front of a vowel we always say:

ac mae / ac roedd

Mae Siân yn dal ac mae hi'n denau.
- Siân is tal and she is thin.

Roedd John Kennedy yn olau ac roedd e'n olygus.
- John Kennedy was fair and he was handsome.

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