Could this be used of computers/software etc? As in 'this program runs slowly' ?
Pól jogs. Pól is slow. It would explain alot of what has been going on...
The adverb is formed by putting go before the adjective.
Why does sé mean it, and not he? Is there a clue i'm missing to know this?
sé can mean "he" or "it" in this sentence - there is no context to tell you who or what you are referring to.
Could it also mean he runs slowly
Why does it say "go mall" on Irish road signs, and the English underneath says "slow"? Go mall means slowly, which makes sense but slow (or "mall") would surely make more sense here?
The “slow” in “It runs slow” is also an adverb, so it would also be translated into Irish with an adverb — go mall.
Only in dreams!
If this means it runs slowly how do you say he runs slowly
'ritheann sé go mall':
He runs slow.
It runs slow.
He runs slowly.
It runs slowly.
Mall is pronounced "mowl" no?
In Munster Irish. Not in Connacht or Ulster Irish.