Rhywbeth i'w ddweud?

hi- I’m on challenge 4 and was stumped by one part of a sentence - the Welsh spoken was apparently “rhywbeth i’w ddweud”- I can’t remember doing the i’w (but I’ve got M.E. so I may have just forgotten it) so I looked up “something to say” and the translation included the i’w- can you explain what the i’w is please? Diolch! :grinning:

‘i’w’ is a contraction of ‘i ei’ - and the ‘ei’ is a reference back to the ‘rhywbeth’, so literally ‘something to say it’

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ah diolch - can’t remember doing that which is odd- you’ve solved the puzzle for me though :grinning: