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 den coth mos dhe’n lyverva?

2.       A wrug glaw codha wàr an to?

3.       A wrug an kerry sevel wàr an fordh?

4.       A wrug ev gwysca côta poos?

5.       A wrussons y debry fav ledan ha cawl?

6.       A wrug vy ry lies ensampel?

7.       A wrug ev bonkya an voos gans y dhorn?

8.       A wrusta cùsca termyn hir?

9.       A wrug an chîcok esedha wàr fos an chy?

10.     A wrug an den megy cygaryk kyns mos i’n tavern?



1.       Gwrug, an den coth a wrug mos dhe’n lyverva. Yes, the old man went to the library.

2.       Gwrug, glaw a wrug codha wàr an to. Yes, rain fell on the roof.

3.       Gwrussons, an kerry a wrug sevel wàr an fordh. Yes, the cars stopped on the road.

4.       Gwrug, ev a wrug gwysca côta poos. Yes, he put on a heavy coat.

5.       Gwrussons, anjy a wrug debry fav ledan ha cawl. Yes, they ate broad beans and cabbage.

6.       Gwrug, my a wrug ry lies ensampel. Yes, I gave many examples.

7.       Gwrug, ev a wrug bonkya an voos gans y dhorn. Yes, he banged the table with his fist.

8.       Gwrusta, ty a wrug cùsca termyn hir. Yes, you slept for a long time.

9.       Gwrug, an chîcok a wrug esedha wàr fos an chy. Yes, the house-martin perched on the wall of the house.

10.     Gwrug, an den a wrug megy cygaryk kyns mos i’n tavern. Yes, the man smoked a cigarette before going into the pub.