What is the difference between using the words dwad (I think that’s the right spelling for it) and dod.
Wyt ti’n dwad efo fi?
Wyt ti’n dod efo fi?
Are they interchangeable or do they have two different meanings?
The difference is mostly a regional thing (dwad is more colloquial in some areas, whilst dod is more general everywhere) - they both mean the same thing
Okay. Thanks for the info!
I have done courses in the North and the South. Dwad is used mainly in the North and Dod mainly in the South.
Interestingly (to me, at least ) both dŵad and dod are derived from the older form dyfod, which you may sometimes encounter in poetic or literary contexts. But a word that is still used far and wide is dyfodol (for the future, i.e. “the coming”)
Thank you; probably why I was familiar with dwad rather than dod.
I love these little bits of knowledge. Thanks @Hendrik
I knew the answer would be here, thank you. I was wondering myself. I have a Northern course book and it uses dwad. I’m getting used to the fact now that alternatives are very common.