Simple Drills No. 71


PRESENT AFFIRMATIVE TO IMPERFECT AFFIRMATIVE

 

Convert the present forms into imperfect forms and translate.

Example:      Yma bara wàr an voos.

Yth esa bara wàr an voos. There was bread on the table.

 

1.       Yma deves i’n park.

2.       Yma flehes i’n scol.

3.       Yma lyvrow i’n stevel esedha.

4.       Yma tesednow i’n gwerthjy.

5.       Yma lies carr wàr an fordh.

6.       Yma teyr hath i’n chy-na.

7.       Yma lo ryb pùb hanaf.

8.       I’n goffîva yma moos frank.

9.       I’n dre yma daromres tew.

10.     Yma estyll mordardh wàr an treth.

 

KEY TO DRILL 71

1.       Yth esa deves i’n park. There were sheep in the field.

2.       Yth esa flehes i’n scol. There were children in the school.

3.       Yth esa lyvrow i’n stevel esedha. There were books in the sitting-room.

4.       Yth esa tesednow i’n gwerthjy. There were cakes in the shop.

5.       Yth esa lies carr wàr an fordh. There were many cars on the road.

6.       Yth esa teyr hath i’n chy-na. There were three cats in that house.

7.       Yth esa lo ryb pùb hanaf. There was a spoon beside each cup.

8.       I’n goffîva yth esa moos frank. In the café there was a free table.

9.       I’n dre yth esa daromres tew. In [the] town there was dense traffic.

10.     Yth esa estyll mordardh wàr an treth. There were surfboards on the beach.