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Hwyl. Sorry for writing in English again, but my Welsh is just not up to the job. I've noticed that, when you edit stuff, you often take the verb out of the sentence. In the English wikipedia, there's a convention - or to be more accurate, a rule - that articles should consist only of complete sentences. For example, if an article began, "Dylan Thomas, Welsh poet", it would be changed to "Dylan Thomas was a Welsh poet". Of course, there's no reason for us to have the same rules as the English wikipedia, but to me it seems stylistically better. (I should add that I often have such difficulty in Cymraeg that I leave the verb out myself, hoping that someone else will put it in later.) Obviously this is a subject for group discussion. What I wondered was whether, in Welsh, it is more acceptable to use incomplete sentences - if so, it might be appropriate for us to have our own conventions. Please don't take offence at my asking, but Arwel and I have been on the English wikipedia for a long time, and we have got into certain habits. [[Defnyddiwr:Deb|Deb]] 17:03, 22 Ebr 2004 (UTC)
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Oes angen cyfieuthu teitlau ffilmaiau i'r Gymraeg? Dwi'n meddwl ei fod yn drysu pethau?--[[Defnyddiwr:Ben Bore|Ben Bore]] 13:23, 24 Awst 2007 (UTC)