Simple Drills No. 75


IMPERFECT INTERROGATIVE TO PRESENT INTERROGATIVE

 

Convert the imperfect forms into present forms and translate.

Example:      Esa bara wàr an voos?

Eus bara wàr an voos? Is there any bread on the table?

 

1.       Esa clock wàr an fos?

2.       Esa collel ha forgh dhyrag pùb flogh?

3.       Esa lies gwelen wàr leur an coos?

4.       Esa cadar hir i’n stevel esedha?

5.       Esa flourys i’n lowarth?

6.       Esa tê i’n hanafow?

7.       Esa dowr i’n galtor?

8.       Esa dyw fordh dhe’n dre?

9.       Esa lies descadores i’n scol?

10.     Esa paper ha pluvednow plobm wàr an voos?

 

KEY TO DRILL 75

1.       Eus clock wàr an fos? Is there a clock on the wall?

2.       Eus collel ha forgh dhyrag pùb flogh? Is there a knife and fork in front of each child?

3.       Eus lies gwelen wàr leur an coos? Are there many sticks on the floor of the forest?

4.       Eus cadar hir i’n stevel esedha? Is there a settee in the sitting-room?

5.       Eus flourys i’n lowarth? Are there any flowers in the garden?

6.       Eus tê i’n hanafow? Is there any tea in the cups?

7.       Eus dowr i’n galtor? Is there any water in the kettle?

8.       Eus dyw fordh dhe’n dre? Are there two roads to [the] town?

9.       Eus lies descadores i’n scol? Are there many female teachers in the school?

10.     Eus paper ha pluvednow plobm wàr an voos? Is there paper on the table, with pencils too?