Present Tense 3 is the nineteenth (assuming read left to right) skill in the language tree for Welsh. In this skill, the student of Welsh learns about the difference between ti and chi, as well as more present tense verbs. The skill has three lessons.

Grammar NotesEdit

Which do you use, ti or chi?

ti chi
use ti when you are...
  • in an informal setting;
  • talking with friends; and
  • talking to deities.
use chi when you...
  • are in a formal setting;
  • show respect;
  • don't know someone; and
  • are talking to a group of people.


Lesson 1Edit

  • mynd am dro = to go for a walk
  • sgipio = to skip
  • caru = to love
  • o gwbl = at all

Lesson 2Edit

  • clywed = to hear
  • chwerthin = to laugh
  • gwrando = to listen
  • radio = radio
  • gerddoriaeth = music
  • cau = to close
  • cwpwrdd = cupboard

Lesson 3Edit

  • lliwio = to color
  • sglefrio = to skate
  • gwenu = to smile
  • hwylio = to sail
  • smygu = to smoke
  • = ice


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