Why isn't "and" agus here?
Another one who would like to know the answer to this, please.
How do you know when to use "is" instead of "agus"?
The "is" in this case is a conjunction, which links two similar words or phrases together into a single phrase. In English conjunctions include: or, but & and.
In Gaelic the conjunctions also include:
or (no), but (ach), & and (agus, 's, is)
Effie is spelled Oighrig? Wow!
It's where that name comes from.
I know!! I want it to be Eric!