Long sentences inevitably contain a little word or two helping to string more than one idea together and making a bit of deconstruction necessary, but don’t worry!
Words to look out for:
ha and (before a consonant)
hag and (before a vowel)
saw but, except that
onen hag oll one and all (Cornwall motto)
bara ha manyn bread and butter
te ha tesednow tea and cakes
Hei a dheuth rag te ha tesednow bes nag era tesednow.
She came for tea and cakes but there weren’t any cakes.
saw nag era but there was not (as an alternative to <bes nag era>)
Ma va owth eva te po leth.
He drinks (is drinking) tea or milk.