Translation:The new parties won and now we have a different government.
In this example the adverbial of time, anois, precedes the clause that it modifies. This seems to go against the general pattern in examples provided to date in which adverbials of time seem to always be placed in final position. Would placing this word at the end of the sentence be possible (or even preferred) in this case?
When "and now" is being used as a conjunction - "(The new parties won) (and now) (we have a different government)", agus anois comes before the second sentence. When "now" is being used as an adverb of time in a sentence, it is used at the end.
... agus anois rachaimid chuig píosa nuachta atá díreach ag briseadh
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