Is 'n' in 'chaN' palatalized?
In English this can be also taken to mean she is sick. Does that also work for Gaelic, or is she just not doing great?
So while "math" is good "gu math" is good health?
Math is 'good', gu math is 'well'. Exactly like in English, the adverbial form well ~ gu math can be used like an adjective to mean roughly 'in good health'.
So while "math" is "good", "gu math" is "well". Can it also mean "very good" and/or "very well"??? Makes sense? Hahaha
Marking incorrect when the grammar is correct but the personal name spelling has two letters off??? Hmmm...
Is it just me or does this sentence sound really creepy the way this guy says it?
I want to ask what he's done to poor Eilidh