"I have two windows."
Translation:Tha dà uinneag agam.
From wikitionary, Dhà -Used when free-standing (counting, telling a row of numerals etc.), otherwise dà is used.
Fòn a h-aon, a h-aon, a dhà! ― Phone one-one-two!
Tha dà chàr aige. ― He has two cars.**
Tha a dhà aice cuideachd. ― She has two as well.
**Also, from Leargaelic: It is important to notice that, following dà (the unlenited form of dhà, 2), fichead (20), ceud (100) and mìle (1000), a qualified noun is always in its singular form.
Tha is just tha, what makes it you or me is the agam/agad, or orm/ort part.
Agam - is at me Agad -is at you Orm -is on me Ort -is on you
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