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36.0Past tense of gwneudDownloads
36.1 Mynd - To Go
36.2 Atebion - Replies
36.3 Beth? - What?
36.4 Atebion - Replies
36.5 Negyddol - Negative
36.6 Treiglad llaes - Aspirate mutation
36.7 Ymarfer - Exercise
36.8 Sgwrs - Conversation
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Series One | Lesson: 36 | Level: foundation

36.1 - Mynd - To Go

Once you have learnt the past tense of 'mynd', learning the past tense of 'gwneud' is not so difficult since the 'gwneud' forms reflect those of 'mynd':

mynd / gwneud

Fe / Mi es i - Fe / Mi wnes i
Fe / Mi est ti - Fe / Mi wnest ti
Fe / Mi aeth e (o)/hi - Fe / Mi wnaeth e(o) hi
Fe / Mi aethon ni - Fe / Mi wnaethon ni
Fe / Mi aethoch chi - Fe / Mi wnaethoch chi
Fe / Mi aethon nhw - Fe / Mi wnaethon nhw


Beth wnest ti ar dy wyliau?
- What did you do on (your) holiday?

Beth wnaethoch chi ar eich gwyliau?
- What did you do on (your) holiday?

Beth wnaeth dy wraig / eich gwraig ar ei gwyliau?
- What did your wife do on (her) holiday?

Beth wnaeth Jill / hi ar ei gwyliau?
- What did Jill / she do on (her) holiday?

Beth wnaeth dy frawd / eich brawd ar ei wyliau?
- What did your brother do on (his) holiday?

Beth wnaeth Jack / e (o) ar ei wyliau?
- What did Jack / he do on (his) holiday?

Beth wnaeth Jack a Jill ar eu gwyliau?
- What did Jack and Jill do on (their) holiday?

Beth wnaethon nhw ar eu gwyliau?
- What did they do on (their) holiday?

Remember that 'on holiday' is perfectly acceptable in English, but in Welsh we use the appropriate possessive adjective.

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