Convert the preterite forms into present forms and translate.

Example:      Hy a wrug gwary i’n lowarth.

Yma hy ow qwary i’n lowarth. She’s playing in the garden.


1.       An den coth a wrug mos dhe’n lyverva.

2.       Glaw a wrug codha wàr an to.

3.       An kerry a wrug sevel wàr an fordh.

4.       Ev a wrug gwysca côta poos.

5.       Y a wrug debry fav ledan ha cawl.

6.       My a wrug ry lies ensampel.

7.       Ev a wrug bonkya an voos gans y dhorn.

8.       Te a wrug cùsca termyn hir.

9.       An chîcok a wrug esedha wàr fos an chy.

10.     An den a wrug megy cygaryk kyns mos i’n tavern.



1.       Yma an den coth ow mos dhe’n lyverva. The old man’s going to the library.

2.       Yma glaw ow codha wàr an to. Rain’s falling on the roof.

3.       Yma an kerry ow sevel wàr an fordh. The cars are stopping on the road.

4.       Yma ev ow qwysca côta poos. He’s putting on a heavy coat.

5.       Ymowns y ow tebry fav ledan ha cawl. They’re eating broad beans and cabbage.

6.       Yth esof ow ry lies ensampel. I’m giving lots of examples.

7.       Yma ev ow ponkya an voos gans y dhorn. He’s banging the table with his fist.

8.       Yth esta ow cùsca termyn hir. You’re sleeping for a long time.

9.       Yma an chîcok owth esedha wàr fos an chy. The house-martin’s perching on the wall of the house.

10.     Yma an den ow megy cygaryk kyns mos i’n tavern. The man’s smoking a cigarette before going into the pub.