Answer the questions with yes (prefer anjy for ‘they’) and translate.

Example:      A wrug hy gwary i’n lowarth?

Gwrug, hy a wrug gwary i’n lowarth. Yes, she played in the garden.


1.       A wrug an tycky Duw esedha wàr an flour?

2.       A wrug vy prena scath?

3.       A wrussowgh why miras orth an clock?

4.       A wrug an flehes ponya der an castel?

5.       A wrusta marhogeth i’n degolyow hâv?

6.       A wrug hy hothman mos dhe’n eglos?

7.       A wrug ev gweles dew edhen gwydn?

8.       A wrug an wragh wherthyn?

9.       A wrug agan mabm gorra hanaf wàr an voos?

10.     A wrussons y kerhes dowr?



1.       Gwrug, an tycky Duw a wrug esedha wàr an flour. Yes, the butterfly settled on the flower.

2.       Gwrug, my a wrug prena scath. Yes, I bought a boat.

3.       Gwrussyn, ny a wrug miras orth an clock. Yes, we looked at the clock.

4.       Gwrussons, an flehes a wrug ponya der an castel. Yes, the children ran through the castle.

5.       Gwrug, my a wrug marhogeth i’n degolyow hâv. Yes, I rode in the summer holidays.

6.       Gwrug, hy hothman a wrug mos dhe’n eglos. Yes, her friend went to church.

7.       Gwrug, ev a wrug gweles dew edhen gwydn. Yes, he saw two white birds.

8.       Gwrug, an wragh a wrug wherthyn. Yes, the witch laughed.

9.       Gwrug, agan mabm a wrug gorra hanaf wàr an voos. Yes, our mother put a cup on the table.

10.     Gwrussons, anjy a wrug kerhes dowr. Yes, they brought some water.