I wrote 'A good friend'. Is this incorrect?
technically. The tha makes this a sentence.
A good friend would just be caraid math. The tha means "is" in this instance.
Thanks - I just got it wrong again :-)!
The sentence directly translated means "is a freind good" which when corrected for english grammar means a friend is good. So you were very close, though not quite spot on.
And yes I spelled friend wrong
No problem, whats a misspelling hear and they're between freinds
What's the difference between math and mhath?
Are they masculine/feminine?
I wrote The friend is good. How do I differentiate between A and The?
A friend is just "Caraid"
The friend is "A caraid"
Basically flip em', 'a' means 'the'
Would "tha charaid mhath" be ok as well? They didn't count it as wrong.
How would on say, "This is my good friend"? In this sentence, obviously, good has a different meaning.
Not always :'(