Simple Drills No. 74


IMPERFECT AFFIRMATIVE TO PRESENT AFFIRMATIVE

 

Convert the imperfect forms into present forms and translate.

Example:      Yth esa bara wàr an voos.

Yma bara wàr an voos. There’s food on the table.

 

1.       Yth esa clock wàr an fos.

2.       Yth esa collel ha forgh dhyrag pùb flogh.

3.       Yth esa lies gwelen wàr leur an coos.

4.       Yth esa cadar hir i’n stevel esedha.

5.       Yth esa flourys i’n lowarth.

6.       I’n hanafow yth esa tê.

7.       Yth esa dowr i’n galtor.

8.       Yth esa dyw fordh dhe’n dre.

9.       Yth esa lies descadores i’n scol.

10.     Wàr an voos yth esa paper ha pluvednow plobm.

 

KEY TO DRILL 74

1.       Yma clock wàr an fos. There’s a clock on the wall.

2.       Yma collel ha forgh dhyrag pùb flogh. There’s a knife and fork in front of each child.

3.       Yma lies gwelen wàr leur an coos. There are many sticks on the floor of the forest.

4.       Yma cadar hir i’n stevel esedha. There’s a settee in the sitting-room.

5.       Yma flourys i’n lowarth. There are flowers in the garden.

6.       I’n hanafow yma tê. In the cups there’s tea.

7.       Yma dowr i’n galtor. There’s water in the kettle.

8.       Yma dyw fordh dhe’n dre. There are two roads to [the] town.

9.       Yma lies descadores i’n scol. There are many female teachers in the school.

10.     Wàr an voos yma paper ha pluvednow plobm. On the table there’s paper, and pencils too.