I posted "That big house." and the reply at the bottom was: "You have a typo" quoting "Thats big house" as a correct solution, which it obviously isn´t.
I answered “That house is big,” which obviously means the same thing but is incorrect. How do you say “That house is big,” so I can see the difference?
I believe it’s Tha an taigh sin mòr
If "sin taigh mòr = That is a big house.
How to say = That big house ?
An taigh mòr sin
Basically the same.
i do not understand this either. If "Seo taig mòr" means That big house, then "Sin taig mòr" would be This big house. If anyone could break this down I'd be grateful.
Seo means this
Sin means that
That big house, why is it incorrect?
I think I finally understand! In sentences like 'Sin taigh mòr', should we think of Sin as meaning 'that is'; and Seo as meaning 'this is', rather than just that and this?