księżycowy wrote:Seeing as TYI talks about the dative case, I was going to too, just because. But that's probably even better reasoning.
księżycowy wrote:I think it is. At least for now. I'll worry about the confusion when I get into some Connacht properly. Unless you have any suggestions.
księżycowy wrote:For instance, tánn tú is more prevalent (or so I think based on our previous conversations) than táoi, táir, etc.
księżycowy wrote:TYI says that nouns following the basic prepositions (in this case ar and feirm).
I want to make sure that the definite article in-between doesn't change anything, aside from the eclipsis.
Feirm would be a dative noun, right?
księżycowy wrote:I've been meaning to ask this for a while now, but is the dative still considered to exist in Modern Irish?
księżycowy wrote:Go raibh maith agat, a Chaoimhín!
EDIT: Assuming I got the noun phrases right:
Gaelainn is ea mo chéad teanga Ceilteach.
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