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22.0Rhaid i miDownloads
22.1 Rhaid i mi - I must
22.2 Rhaid i ti - You must
22.3 Rhaid i chi - You must
22.4 Rhaid i Tom - Tom must
22.5 Rhaid i Mair - Mair must
22.6 Rhaid i ni - We must
22.7 Rhaid iddyn nhw - They must
22.8 Sgwrs - Conversation
22.9 Ffurfiau llawn - Full forms
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Series One | Lesson: 22 | Level: entry_level

22.5 - Rhaid i Mair - Mair must

(a) Mae rhaid i Mair - Mair must / has to
Mae rhaid iddi hi - She must / has to

Mae rhaid i Mair golli pwysau.
- Mair must lose weight.

Mae rhaid iddi hi fwyta llai o greision.
- She must eat fewer crisps.

Mae rhaid iddi hi fwyta mwy o lysiau.
- She must eat more vegetables.

Notice the Soft Mutation after 'o':

llysiau - mwy o lysiau
creision - llai o greision


(b) Does dim rhaid i Mair - Mair doesn't have to
Does dim rhaid iddi hi - She doesn't have to

Does dim rhaid i Mair redeg bob dydd.
- Mair doesn't have to run every day.

Does dim rhaid iddi hi ymarfer.
- She doesn't have to train.


(c) Oes rhaid i Mair? - Must Mair? / does Mair have to?
Oes rhaid iddi hi ? - Must she? / does she have to?

Oes rhaid i Mair beidio (â) bwyta siocoled? - Oes.
- Does Mair have to refrain from eating chocolate? - Yes.

Oes rhaid iddi hi loncian bob dydd? - Nac oes, ddim bob dydd.
- Does she have to jog every day? - No, not every day.

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