So either I have no shoes, I have the usual two shoes, or I have multiple shoes. Hmn, maybe I'm a horse. (But I'm definitely a smart aleck.)
Or you’ve got but one leg... it’s a single shoe.
A bheil thu cho sona ri bròg?
I do not have a shoe, should also be accepted
No, because this sentence ends with the word orm. "I do not have a shoe" would be "Chan eil bròg agam" in Gaelic :)
I notice this speaker makes the "ch" in chan sound more like an English k than the typical rear of throat, roof of mouth sound of "ch" in "loch".
How do you know if it is "a shoe" or "shoes"?
"A shoe" = bròg
"Shoes" = brògan