Hello, Can anyone explain why the phrase ‘working from home’ isn’t gweithio gartref? Cheers Pat
Technically, working from home is gweithio o gartref, whilst working at home is gweithio gartref. However, in speech in the first you often don’t hear the ‘o’ anyway because it merges with the end of gweithio.
Edit - just thought… do you mean working away from home? That would be gweithio oddi cartref.
Thanks for your prompt and helpful reply, Siaron! Cheers Pat
Could be the noun versiin of work. Gwaith So, homework rather than home-working.
Ignore that. Its been a long day.
Anyone know what Tir na n-Og is please? The organisation? And award? Im guessing a book prize.
Sorry, wrong thread. As I said, its been a long day - anyway, treat it as homework
Yes, the Tir na n-Og Prize is one awarded annually by the Welsh Books Council for childrens literature.