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Re: Talk in a language you don't know

Postby Tikolm » Mon 17 Sep 2012 2:42 pm

linguoboy wrote:
Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:I wasn't very clear, was I? Ydw, dw i'n bwyta sŵp. Dydy tatws y sŵp dim ynwedi stwnsio.

(Tatws y sŵp is understandable but a bit odd. I would probably say either tatws sŵp or y tatws sydd mewn sŵp.)
I'm glad you understood me. I assume you wanted me to say wedi stwnsio and not *ynwedi stwnsio (?).

linguoboy wrote:Beth am vichyssoise?
What about it?
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Re: Talk in a language you don't know

Postby linguoboy » Mon 17 Sep 2012 6:26 pm

Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:
Tikolm wrote:Dydy tatws y sŵp dim ynwedi stwnsio.

(Tatws y sŵp is understandable but a bit odd. I would probably say either tatws sŵp or y tatws sydd mewn sŵp.)
I'm glad you understood me. I assume you wanted me to say wedi stwnsio and not *ynwedi stwnsio

Yeah: elements to be deleted are in coch, elements to be added in gwyrdd.

Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:Beth am vichyssoise?
What about it?

Mae'r tatws sydd mewn vichyssoise wedi stwnsio, ydy?
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Re: Talk in a language you don't know

Postby Tikolm » Mon 17 Sep 2012 8:20 pm

linguoboy wrote:
Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:(Tatws y sŵp is understandable but a bit odd. I would probably say either tatws sŵp or y tatws sydd mewn sŵp.)
I'm glad you understood me. I assume you wanted me to say wedi stwnsio and not *ynwedi stwnsio

Yeah: elements to be deleted are in coch, elements to be added in gwyrdd.
Dw i'n gweld.

linguoboy wrote:
Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:Beth am vichyssoise?
What about it?

Mae'r tatws sydd mewn vichyssoise wedi stwnsio, ydy?
Ydy, ond dydw i byth yn bwyta vichyssoise. (I actually had to look it up to find out if there really were potatoes in it! :P)
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Re: Talk in a language you don't know

Postby linguoboy » Tue 18 Sep 2012 2:35 am

Tikolm wrote:Ydy, ond dydw i byth yn bwyta vichyssoise. (I actually had to look it up to find out if there really were potatoes in it! :P)

Pa fath o sŵp wyt ti'n bwyta? Dwyt ti ddim yn bwyta unrhyw fath o gawl hufen gyda tatws?
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Re: Talk in a language you don't know

Postby Tikolm » Tue 18 Sep 2012 2:49 am

linguoboy wrote:
Tikolm wrote:Ydy, ond dydw i byth yn bwyta vichyssoise. (I actually had to look it up to find out if there really were potatoes in it! :P)

Pa fath o sŵp wyt ti'n bwyta?
I eat pea and lentil soup. (I can remember what "peas" are, but not "lentils", sorry.)
linguoboy wrote:Dwyt ti ddim yn bwyta unrhyw fath o gawl hufen gyda tatws?
Dydw i byth yn bwyta hufen. I'm vegan. Not sure what that's called.
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Re: Talk in a language you don't know

Postby linguoboy » Tue 18 Sep 2012 3:45 am

Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:
Tikolm wrote:Ydy, ond dydw i byth yn bwyta vichyssoise. (I actually had to look it up to find out if there really were potatoes in it! :P)

Pa fath o sŵp wyt ti'n bwyta?
I eat pea and lentil soup. (I can remember what "peas" are, but not "lentils", sorry.)

"Ffacbys"

Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:Dwyt ti ddim yn bwyta unrhyw fath o gawl hufen gyda tatws?
Dydw i byth yn bwyta hufen. I'm vegan. Not sure what that's called.

"Camfaethadwy".

Kidding! "Fegan" or "figan".
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Re: Talk in a language you don't know

Postby Tikolm » Tue 18 Sep 2012 2:40 pm

linguoboy wrote:
Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:Pa fath o sŵp wyt ti'n bwyta?
I eat pea and lentil soup. (I can remember what "peas" are, but not "lentils", sorry.)

"Ffacbys"
Diolch.

linguoboy wrote:
Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:Dwyt ti ddim yn bwyta unrhyw fath o gawl hufen gyda tatws?
Dydw i byth yn bwyta hufen. I'm vegan. Not sure what that's called.

"Camfaethadwy".
I don't believe that means anything. I actually just looked it up. :P

linguoboy wrote:Kidding! "Fegan" or "figan".
I figured it would be something like that.
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Re: Talk in a language you don't know

Postby linguoboy » Tue 18 Sep 2012 3:51 pm

Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:
Tikolm wrote:I'm vegan. Not sure what that's called.

"Camfaethadwy".
I don't believe that means anything. I actually just looked it up.

My bad; should be "camfaethedig". (You won't find that either, but it's a perfectly legitimate word all the same.)
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Re: Talk in a language you don't know

Postby Tikolm » Tue 18 Sep 2012 4:34 pm

linguoboy wrote:
Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:"Camfaethadwy".
I don't believe that means anything. I actually just looked it up.

My bad; should be "camfaethedig". (You won't find that either, but it's a perfectly legitimate word all the same.)
You were right about my not finding it, but what does it mean? ;)
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Re: Talk in a language you don't know

Postby linguoboy » Tue 18 Sep 2012 5:18 pm

Tikolm wrote:
linguoboy wrote:My bad; should be "camfaethedig". (You won't find that either, but it's a perfectly legitimate word all the same.)
You were right about my not finding it, but what does it mean? ;)

The individual elements are cam, maethu, and -edig.
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