" agus cat."

Translation:a cow and a cat.

December 1, 2019



I feel like they really stress the T sound after a small pause. Is this actually how it's supposed to sound?


I can't hear the particular file you're referring to, but I wonder if it's pre-aspiration (a sort of breathy sound) you're noticing before the final consonant.



Yep, I think Wilmonde is referring to the /h/ sound.

If you want a short outline of what pre-aspiration in Gaelic is: http://www.akerbeltz.org/index.php?title=Pre-aspiration_or_What_the_h_in_mac_is_about


I'm confused about the "g" in agus being silent. From previous courses I've taken it was always pronounced kind of like a "k" sound. But here it seems much like a Greek "g" sound.


Yo my fellow Gaelic speakers finally decide to drop the language of the dogs...damn english lol Celts rule

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