I would have thought it meant, "There is Donald." It's like the weather lesson, where we learned "Tha sneachd ann"...There is snow. No?
Ann can mean - there, out or here. The only problem is that I don't know how to know which one someone is referring to.
why not "Here is Donald" ?
The notes say "ann" means "there/existing" but the answer was "here"
Please go. We did not vote for you, and we do not understand how anyone else did either.