hynny, a, hwnnw, hwnna, hynna, rheinimaii, ichi, iddyn, imi, inni, itiacw
Conjunction(1) introducing a subordinate clause expressing a statement or hypothesis.(2) expressing a wish or regret.
Pronoun(1) used to identify a specific person or thing observed by the speaker.(2) referring to a specific thing previously mentioned, known, or understood.(3) used in singling out someone or something and ascribing a distinctive feature to them.(4) used to introduce a defining or restrictive clause, especially one essential to identification.
Adverb(1) to such a degree; so.
Article(1) used to identify a specific person or thing observed or heard by the speaker.(2) referring to a specific thing previously mentioned, known, or understood.(3) used in singling out someone or something and ascribing a distinctive feature to them.(4) referring to a specific person or thing assumed as understood or familiar to the person being addressed.
(1) It will be worth being at the gig just for the chance to hear some of that .(2) No word yet on whether their own children will bunk off that Swiss finishing school or French lycÔö£┬«e.(3) what are we going to do about that?(4) this book is cheaper than that one(5) The first assumption is unproven for the simple reason that viewers are rarely given a chance.(6) is that you?(7) That is for the simple reason that the leader has not given them a strategy to split over.(8) that nice neighbour of yours(9) It is hoped that a climbing club may be able to use the wall in the future.(10) I eat that I may live(11) He said what had surprised him was that many of those arrested had no previous convictions.(12) The reason is that costs for the industry are going up and so are the financial pressures.(13) it is possible that we have misunderstood(14) I can only hope that the club gets a new manager(15) Orla said that Liam would do better on his own(16) the year that Anna was born
(1) so that :: fel bod
1. that ::
2. it ::
3. this ::
4. same ::
yr un peth
5. he ::
6. she ::
7. which ::
8. what ::
9. as ::
10. such ::
11. they ::
12. those ::
13. that very ::
14. yonder ::
15. so ::
16. so much ::
17. up to expectation ::
hyd at disgwyliadau
18. to that amount ::
at y swm hwnnw
19. so far ::
hyd yn hyn
Word Example from TV Shows
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maybe I'll have better luck.
That would be such a help. Yes.
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 13
by THAT sex-crazed
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 1
When I heard THAT Joffrey's dog had tucked tail
and run from the Battle of the Blackwater,
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 1
Oh. I used to be like THAT.
Then I got a girlfriend.
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 15
(STUTTERS) Where would we be
if poodle breeders had THAT attitude?
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 15
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