Do you remember the vocabulary relating to Bonfire Night?
Noson Guto Ffowc - Guy Fawkes Night tân gwyllt - fireworks coelcerth - a bonfire
And here's an important word for you - cynnau - to light a fire - cynnau tân.
And some more important phrases for bonfire night
Gan bwyll - steady on - gan bwyll
Bydd yn ofalus - Be careful Rhag ofn inni gael damwain - In case we have an accident
Rhag ofn - in case
Note the present short form of cael. You are aware I'm sure of the form Ga i - Can I have or May I have and the answer Cei and Na Chei. Brian says to his son Rhodri: Gei di nhw rwan - You can have them now.
The full forms are
Ga i - I can have Gei di - You can have Gaiff e/o neu hi - He/She can have Gawn ni - We can have Gewch chi - You can have Gân nhw - They can have
The focus moves back to the hospital:
Here are some more useful words used in the hospital:
Niwed - damage Methu stopio crynu - can't stop shaking Gwenwyn - poison Rhag ofn - in case Pen ysgafn - light headed Teimlo - to feel Gorwedd - to lie down Gwely/gwlâu - bed/beds
Note that when Brian talks to his son Rhodri he uses the word CHDI
Brian - Dyma i chdi roced a hanner
In north Walian dialect chdi is often heard instead of ti - you.Well i chdi fynd i agor y drws - You'd better go and open the door.