And very modest, too?
what's the difference between MATH and MHATH?
"Glè" always adds lenition to the word after it, so it turns "math" into "mhath"
Is it correct to say: "tha mi gu math"? is it the same thing as "glè mhath"?
I don't think they're quite the same.
I think "Tha mi gu math" translates to "I am well," whereas "Tha mi glè mhath" is "I am very good."
Would it be correct to assume that using the form "mhath" rather than "math" means that the "mi" referred to in this sentence is a woman?
"Glè" always adds lenition to the word after it, regardless of the gender of the subject ("mi", in this case).
Thanks for clarifying that!
So how would you say "I am very well", or would it be the same?