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05:07 Mar 12, 2001
English to Welsh translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: John saw Jane Smith
As in John had seen Jane Smith. John is a person and Jane Smith is a person and John saw Jane Smith
Emma Tarbatt

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naGwelodd John Jane Smith.Robert Jackson



5 days
Gwelodd John Jane Smith.

This is the written form. In the spoken lg. one would say "Fe welodd J. JS." in Southern Wales or "Mi welodd J. JS." in Northern Wales.

The verb always comes first. "Welodd" is the mutated form due to "fe/mi".

Robert Jackson
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