Is this talking to Ùna or about Ùna? And if it is talking to Ùna, would we use a comma before Ùna, like in English?
This should really have a comma as it could mean either. I’ll change it in the morning. :) cheers!
Not changed yet. :-)
Still not changed...
it seems to have been a long night... an robh e a'faicinn Ùna? ;-)