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When do you use "is" as "the" in Irish?

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1 year ago

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Never, as far as I know. an and na are used for ''the'' in the singular and plural in the nominative case, and na is also used for the singular in the genitive case before a feminine noun.

Are you maybe thinking of the word for ''and'' - agus - being shortened to is?

1 year ago

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1 year ago