Why is 'an' a must? Shouldn't 'itheann buachaill aran' be enough?
Then you'd be saying "A boy eats bread" instead of "The boy eats bread"
You really need to explain sentence structure a little more before expecting people to just piece it together. English speakers build sentences in an entirely different way!
Why did it pop in a word I've never had before in the strengthening exercise? "The boy eats bread" translated to "Itheann an gasúr arán" instead of "Itheann arán an buachaill". WTH? I never saw "an gasúr" before.
Why an imstead of na?
Because it's singular. na us plural
That does make sense
I only left out one letter.