Lesson 14

I don’t recognize what i’m hearing. Just a little way in we have ‘Rhywun offen (or odden) moyn = Someone who wanted to help’ There are a few other examples all with 'offyn or oedden at that point. If it is from Gofyn that means ‘to ask’
It’a bit fast for me to break it down. I’m probably hearing something completely different to what is actually being said

Hi Anne - no, your ears are doing a good job here - it’s ‘rhywun oedd yn moyn’ - ‘oedd’ is the continuous past tense, third person… :slight_smile:

So it would literally translate as - someone was wanting (from the verb to be)?

Yup, what Howl said… :slight_smile: