I found this online guys! looked helpful https://learngaelic.scot/beginners/beagairbheag/unit07/index.jsp
Thanks so much for posting this link. Really helpful.
no problem! :)
Would anyone know why the pronoun (i) for it is the same as she?
I also wondered this, I think both e and i can be used for 'it' and it depends on the gender of the subject - but I don't know what the subject is here
Yes, Gaelic has no neuter gender so for English "it" you always have to use either "e/he" or "i/she". The implied subject here is weather which is feminine thus i.
Was just about to ask the same question. Is it female in a grammatical sense?
Yes, the weather is female in Gaelic.
i is feminine and e is masculine methinks
Said no one in Scotland ever
There is a discussion under the weather section (on computer version) talking about masculine and feminine grammar. According to that discussion, the weather is feminine so therefore gets the "i" pronoun.
I have a significant hearing loss and fail to hear the I, I am learning, but the listening exercises are a challenge
Weather can be masculine OR feminine (e or i), either is acceptable, but be consistent!
I put "It isn't windy" and I was wrong?
It's the EXACT SAME!
I love the way she says "gaothach" :) :)
Why don't you put "ann" at the end of this?