Simple Drills No. 36


THOSE ARE (fronted complement)

 

Put the definite article in front of the noun (as for Drill 6), add a suitable adjective to each noun (as for Drill 16), add the introductory words an re-na yw, and translate. The first one has been answered for you as an example.

1.       fardelygow

          An fardelygow bian yw an re-na. Those are the small packets.

2.       jynjiow

3.       parcow

4.       mebyon

5.       mergh

6.       gwelyny

7.       fenestry

8.       cothmans

9.       eskern

10.     abransow

11.     caderyow

12.     kelyn

13.     lorednow

14.     lywansow

15.     pluvogow

16.     scubellow

17.     lagasow

18.     tavernyow

19.     pùscadoryon

20.     meyn

 

KEY TO DRILL 36

1.       An fardelygow bian yw an re-na. Those are the small packets.

2.       An jynjiow coth yw an re-na. Those are the old engine-houses.

3.       An parcow gwer yw an re-na. Those are the green fields.

4.       An vebyon guv yw an re-na. Those are the kind sons.

5.       An vergh dhu yw an re-na. Those are the black horses.

6.       An gwelyny trogh yw an re-na. Those are the broken sticks.

7.       An fenestry ledan yw an re-na. Those are the wide windows.

8.       An cothmans caradow yw an re-na. Those are the kindly friends.

9.       An eskern sëgh yw an re-na. Those are the dry bones.

10.     An abransow tew yw an re-na. Those are the thick eyebrows.

11.     An caderyow brehek yw an re-na. Those are the armchairs.

12.     An kelyn wheg yw an re-na. Those are the sweet puppies.

13.     An lorednow ker yw an re-na. Those are the expensive satellites. 

14.     An lywansow teg yw an re-na. Those are the beautiful paintings.

15.     An pluvogow medhel yw an re-na. Those are the soft pillows (or cushions).

16.     An scubellow nowyth yw an re-na. Those are the new brooms.

17.     An lagasow glas yw an re-na. Those are the blue eyes.

18.     An tavernyow leun yw an re-na. Those are the full pubs.

19.     An bùscadoryon vysy yw an re-na. Those are the busy fishermen.

20.     An veyn vian yw an re-na. Those are the small stones.