"The boy wears a sweater and the girl wears a dress."
Translation:Caitheann an buachaill geansaí agus caitheann an cailín gúna.
I think I am totally confusing myself.
Is there an easy way to know when a sentence structure is VOS versus VSO?
Just when I think I’m getting the hang of Irish sentence structure, I swap the order. :(
right!? i could have sworn this sentence was marked correct in an earlier exercise when i wrote caitheann geansaí an buachaill agus caitheann gúna an cailín... ugh.
One of the oddities of Irish is that the word cailín is masculine! ( I got caught by this AGAIN ).