Still unsure when to use "na" or "an". Could someone please clarify this for me? Please and thank you !
"an" = "the" singular. "na" = "the" plural. BUT! "ann an" = "in" a whatever. In THE whatever (singular) has to be "anns an".
Why is it 'ann an coille?' Does that not mean 'in the forest' rather than 'in a forest?'
Because 'ann an' coille means 'in' a forest. In THE forest = 'anns an' coille.
Why not an t-sligeanach? I thought 's' followed by 'L' was 'an t-sl...
That is true for feminine nouns, but sligeanach is masculine