Yes, I do.
Agad = you
Adam = I
Is this correct?
Agad = you have. Agam = I have :)
Thank you for alerting me to the typo!
Strictly speaking, agam = at/by me and agad = at/by you ... . SO - tha ... agam = ... is at/by me = I have ...; tha ... agad = ... is at/by you = you have ...
We have an extremely spoilt ginger tabby called Baby who is 17!
Whi is it that in this sentence, ''cat'' is in plural but in others, the word is still the same as in its singular form?
Single cat = cat; i have a cat = tha cat agam;
Two cats = da chat; cat is lenited (adds h) because of the two;
(same if one cat, aon chat);
Plural cats = cait; 3 cats = tri cait, 4 cats = ceithir cait; i have cats = tha cait agam.
We dont because our spoilt ginger tabby Baby needs to be an only cat!