We'll see in the south

I am doing lesson 19 in the Southern course 3.
At about 11:00, there are a couple of sentences that start with, “We’ll see who…”
The reply given starts with, (phonetic) “gownee weld poy…”

Why is it “Gownee weld” (We’ll get to see) instead of “Nownee weld” or “wellinee”

Gawn ni is from ‘cael’ - so it’s something like ‘We’ll get to see’ - and there’s no particular reason why you should use it instead of the (fine) alternatives, but it’s a very common usage… :sunny:

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Understood. Diolch.

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