This is daft, if you know their names why ask them.!
I like these odd sentences :-)
I am confused with the use of thusa versus sibhse. Help
I am not a fluent speaker, just learning myself, but I believe sibhse is a plural usage and thusa is an emphatic singular usage.
"thusa" is the singular informal, while "sibhse" is used for plural and/or formal. It's like "tu" and "usted" in Spanish, or "du" and "Sie" in German.
Sibhse is the emphatic plural/polite address form of sibh. So it's like saying: "Who are you?" ... then guessing the names.
This is the first time I've been able to actually hear what that speaker said! She's normally so quiet.
I noticed the question had a rising inflection!!! I thought this did not happen in Gaelic!?
...Anna agus Eilidh?