Dyn ni (We are) - To say ‘We are’ in Welsh we use Rydyn ni in which is shortened in conversation to Dyn ni. For example:
Dyn ni’n byw ym Mryste (Done neen bew um-wrist-eh) We live in Bristol
‘Dyn ni’ sounds like the Australian slang term for a toilet. Dunny. Just imagine that you are going to the bathroom in a cafe in Australia. Dunny. We are.
Grammar Tip/ Pronunciation Tip
Mae hi - To say ‘She is’ in Welsh, we use Mae hi, pronounced ‘My he’.