Although there are exceptions (chiefly in compounds and a couple of adverbs), caol le caol agus leathan le leathan should be absolutely pounded into your head by now.
kevin wrote:I don't think it's a good idea to talk about "tá" as the singular form. That might become very confusing. It is simply the analytic form that is used in all cases where you don't use a synthetic form, both singular and plural.
księżycowy wrote:A1. Léimíd (Léamair?) na leabhair.
księżycowy wrote:2. Ar chreid an sagart an garsúin?
księżycowy wrote:Consider those brain farts.
księżycowy wrote:It doesn’t help that I’m in a few other study groups, you know.
Out of curiousity though, what would it take for you to join seriously? Since you said that.
księżycowy wrote:2. Léigheann sé leabhair an gharsúin.
4. Tá an cat fén bhfuinneoig agus tá an gadhar ag an ndoras.
6. Chuir sé gloine ar an mbhóird.
Well, considering I want to seem like I live in this century, I probably should learn the post-reform spellings.kevin wrote:No love for pre-reform spelling?
Oh, that book still teaches dative forms? Nice. (Probably only shows how old it is, though.)
Ha, I always knew that secretly you want to learn Ulster!
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