Can anyone explain to me to rules for when you would use “i” meaning “to” infront of a verb? I’m confused as I’ve seen sentences containing both options and I can’t seem to figure out a pattern. For example I’ve seen ymlacio (to relax) and i ymlacio both being used to mean the same thing.
However, it’s also worth pointing out that sometimes the i is there because it ‘goes with’ the preceding verb e.g. dwi’n moyn ymlacio compared to dwi’n mynd i ymlacio … the i in the second one is because mynd is almost always followed by an i.