Mawrid: a modern English-Arabic dictionary by Munir Ba`albaki

By Munir Ba`albaki

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NEG There are a number of examples of Welsh words which have different forms before other words which begin with either a consonant or a vowel. For example, the article occurs as y before consonants and yr before vowels; the coordinating conjunction occurs as a before consonants and ac before vowels; and the preposition gyda occurs before consonants while gydag occurs before vowels. 1 The following, where the basic forms of the verbs appear in brackets, illustrate this: 3a Ni fydd Sioned yna.

It is, of course, difficult to determine whether judgement and comments are based on grammar or pragmatics, although the discussion could sometimes throw some light on these matters. We have interpreted the judgements in the light of overall trends in the responses and also our own understanding of the data. To reflect the informal style of the data, the spellings in the examples in this book go some way to conveying spoken pronunciations, for example welish instead of welais ‘I saw’ and llyfre instead of llyfrau ‘books’.

PRED 97b *Mae Mair yn anhapus ac mae Gwyn yn anhapus chwaith. ’ In much the same way, negative sentences but not affirmative sentences can be followed by an elliptical clause containing na and chwaith or dim hyd yn oed: 02 Chapter WN 22/6/05 5:05 pm Page 41 2. Some basic features of Welsh negation 41 98a Dydy Mair ddim yn hapus, na Gwyn chwaith. ’ 98b *Mae Mair yn anhapus, na Gwyn chwaith. 3SG the attacks NEG PRED successful dim yr un olaf hyd yn oed. 3SG the attacks PRED unsuccessful dim yr un olaf hyd yn oed.

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