Share a sentence or two in Y Lolfa forum where you practise using ‘cadw’ or one of the phrases above.

Remember, you can use ‘dal ati’ to encourage someone to ‘keep going’ too. Dal ati, bawb!

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S'mae pawb! Elin dw i a dw i'n gweithio fel tiwtor Cymraeg ar-lein a gyda Cylch Dysgwyr Cymraeg. Wnes i greu Tyfu Cymraeg i helpu dysgwyr a thiwtoriaid. Croeso!

5 Thoughts on “Cadw’n mynd”

  • With all due respect, but, ‘saff’ sounds way to English. I want to learn Welsh, I would prefer cadw’n ddiogel. Even Google Translator offers that.

    • Hi Rwben, there are lots of English words used in Welsh, and saff is listed in the Welsh Academy dictionary as a familiar or colloquial term. If you’re searching for authenticity in your language then making use of colloquial words would be a good idea. Diogel, of course, another option. Croeso!

  • With all due respect, but the word ‘saff’ sounds way to English. Even google translation offers cadw’n ddiogel.

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