księżycowy wrote:The answer key actually says cé as tusa?, but apparently, that was a typo on their part. Idk, I thought that was kind of interesting because of the discussion on this thread we had about that earlier.
They also say in the chapter that lenited forms of the propositional pronouns tend to be used, but they are spelled in the standard way (i.e. not lenited). So......
They do? Where?? EDIT: Which page?
Is as Scríob ó dhúchas é.
There's no is in this phrase (in the book).
But there should be, right?
No, it's optional. They say in the first sentence on p. 14 after the dialogue that you can say e.g. either is as ____ mé or just as _____ mé.