* Remember Tryweryn
'Cofiwch Dryweryn' is the phrase used to bring attention to the drowning of the Welsh town Capel Celyn in 1965. The act of the town being turned into a water reservoir for the English city of Liverpool forms a large part of the animosity between the two countries.
Note: The 'T' of Tryweryn mutates to a 'D' (as seen in the submission) due to the soft mutation that comes with an imperative noun.
"Yn y dyfodol, mae'r Saesneg wedi achosi llawer o gur am Gymru." "Dw i'n cytuno gyda ti - cofiwch Dryweryn!"
"In the past, the English have caused a lot of pain for Wales." "I agree with you - remember Tryweryn!"
Submitted September 2020