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’s playing in the garden.


1.       A wrug an deves gwandra wàr an vre?

2.       A wrug an fos codha?

3.       A wrug an kescows dallath?

4.       A wrug vy debry haunsel?

5.       A wrussons y whythra oll an dra?

6.       A wrug hy gorra dehen wàr an desen?

7.       A wrug an dhescadores scrifa an practys in mes?

8.       A wrug ev sevel dhyrag an imach?

9.       A wrug an kigor gwertha kig ôn dhybm?

10.     A wrug an flogh gwary wàr an lesk lovan?



1.       Gwrussons, an deves a wrug gwandra wàr an vre. Yes, the sheep wandered on the hill.

2.       Gwrug, an fos a wrug codha. Yes, the wall fell down.

3.       Gwrug, an kescows a wrug dallath. Yes, the conversation began.

4.       Gwrug, my a wrug debry haunsel. Yes, I had breakfast.

5.       Gwrussons, anjy a wrug whythra oll an dra. Yes, they investigated the whole thing.

6.       Gwrug, hy a wrug gorra dehen wàr an desen. Yes, she put cream on the cake.

7.       Gwrug, an dhescadores a wrug scrifa an practys in mes. Yes, the teacher wrote out the exercise.

8.       Gwrug, ev a wrug sevel dhyrag an imach. Yes, he stood in front of the statue.

9.       Gwrug, an kigor a wrug gwertha kig ôn dhybm. Yes, the butcher sold me some lamb.

10.     Gwrug, an flogh a wrug gwary wàr an lesk lovan. Yes, the child played on the swing.