Simple Drills No. 76


IMPERFECT NEGATIVE TO PRESENT NEGATIVE

 

Convert the imperfect forms into present forms and translate.

Example:      Nyns esa bara wàr an voos.

Nyns eus bara wàr an voos. There isn’t any bread on the table.

 

1.       Nyns esa clock vëth wàr an fos.

2.       Nyns esa collel na forgh vëth dhyrag pùb flogh.

3.       Nyns esa lies gwelen wàr leur an coos.

4.       Nyns esa cadar hir vëth i’n stevel esedha.

5.       Nyns esa flourys vëth i’n lowarth.

6.       Nyns esa tê vëth i’n hanafow.

7.       Nyns esa dowr vëth i’n galtor.

8.       Nyns esa dyw fordh dhe’n dre.

9.       Nyns esa lies descadores i’n scol.

10.     Nyns esa paper na pluvednow plobm vëth wàr an voos.

 

KEY TO DRILL 76

1.       Nyns eus clock vëth wàr an fos. There isn’t any clock on the wall.

2.       Nyns eus collel na forgh vëth dhyrag pùb flogh. There isn’t any knife or fork in front of each child.

3.       Nyns eus lies gwelen wàr leur an coos. There aren’t many sticks on the floor of the forest.

4.       Nyns eus cadar hir vëth i’n stevel esedha. There isn’t any settee in the sitting-room.

5.       Nyns eus flourys vëth i’n lowarth. There aren’t any flowers in the garden.

6.       Nyns eus tê vëth i’n hanafow. There isn’t any tea in the cups.

7.       Nyns eus dowr vëth i’n galtor. There isn’t any water in the kettle.

8.       Nyns eus dyw fordh dhe’n dre. There aren’t two roads to [the] town.

9.       Nyns eus lies descadores i’n scol. There aren’t many female teachers in the school.

10.     Nyns eus paper na pluvednow plobm vëth wàr an voos. There isn’t any paper on the table, and no pencils either.