What's the function of the first ea in this sentence? Is it a dummy subject, something like "It's that she's a good woman, isn't it?"
What's the difference between 'Nach ea and Nach bhfuil?.. Is it based on the the copula and the verb Bí?..
í Here it's stressed. Except in certain parts of Munster, this sentence would be more akin to "She's a good woman, isn't she?"
Since this is a classificational statement, í is the subject and bean mhaith is the predicate.