My second question as a new SSi person today…
On level 1 “I’d better” is (or sounds like) “well i fi” but I’m struggling to hear the difference when its “she’d better” or “he’d better”. On the challenge 15 recap it still sounds like “well i fi” is being said despite the statement being “she’d better ask you today”. I’d be grateful if someone could clear this up for me.
she’d better = well iddi hi (or just “well iddi”), which - especially the one in brackets - is very close in sound to “well i fi”, so maybe that’s the explanation.
he’d better = well iddo fe (or just “well iddo”).
Again, that is really helpful and clears up my problem nicely. Generally, I think the Northern way of speaking seems more explicit (literal) and more like my Northern Welsh teacher taught us … but at the same time I’m struggling more with the Northern accent! I’ll get there eventually.