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"This is my car."

Translation:Seo an càr agam.

December 21, 2019



If agam is the possessive then the noun is preceded by the definite article? An Duine agam...My husband an suiteas agam.. my candy. Can anyone confirm this?


Literally means "at me" there are awesome notes in the web version that you just can't access from the mobile app.


Could you also say "seo é mo chàr"?


So would "Seo càr agam" mean "this is a car that I have," implying I probably have more than one car, while "Seo an càr agam" means "this is the car that I have," implying that I have one car?

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