It is terrible to be disliked because one has depression
Hey, that's a bit harsh!
Why is it "cha toil" initially but "chan eil"? Is it purely because eil begins with a vowel or do you have to make the Cha/Chan agree with the verb?
Cha toil leam = I don't like
Chan eil i = She is not
The "n" is because of the vowel, yes, just like with the English words "a" and "an".
Is there any etymology connection between toil and toilichte?
What is the difference between toilichte and sona?
I thought toilichte meant pleased. Is this a dialect thing?
It can mean either