Week 15 - It's midnight and Agnes offers her husband some help to undress
Perfect tense - Rydw i wedi etc. Dod â; Mynd â; Comparison of adjectives - da/drwg.
ar y cyfan, eitha, celwydd, rhwystredig, blino, trafod, dallt (NW), yn union, haws, synnu, crasfa (SW), cweir (NW), cwsmer, rheswm, amhosibl, addo, oedolion, isel, cyfle, i fod i, gwydryn, rhagor, tameidiau, nôl, cadach (NW), clwtyn (SW), gofalus, trochi (SW), galw, yn falch, mas draw (SW), rhew du, annwyd, tanio, druan, saethu, amlwg, o ddifri, chwalu, priodas, perygl, clou (SW), dychryn, er fy mwyn fy hun.
Jenny and Agnes are discussing Brian's condition now that he has returned home. The police have suggested to Agnes that Brian might have been having an affair and that was the reason for the attack on him. Agnes thinks that it's absurd to suggest such a thing.
Arwyn and Jenny Saunders are spending the evening at the Rees household. Brian proves to be quite a handful.
Jenny and Arwyn Saunders' evening at the Rees household was difficult for all concerned. On the way home Jenny tells her husband of Brian's affair and his wish that the police should not pursue his assailant.
Agnes offers her husband some help to undress - Brian reacts violently.