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Verbal noun genitive case?

troll1995
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I often see at teanglann (for example here) that words that act as verbal nouns and nouns on their own form genitive case differenty as verbal nouns or as nouns. My question is when would I have to use the verbal noun genitive form and not the other? Thanks in advance!

1 year ago

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Some examples of when to use the genitive verbal noun are given in the Gramadach na Gaeilge page on forming the genitive of the verbal noun.

1 year ago

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Often? I think the best approach to puzzles like this is to look for examples of the word in question being used (and when you can't find any, just ignore the suggestion in the dictionary as irrelevant for your current purposes).

1 year ago