in Scotland we normally say ' on the Isle of Man' or any other island, like 'on Mull' , 'on Lewis' etc.
'air Eilean Mhanainn'?
I am confused by what ann means here. Is it 'there are' or 'in', since it seems to mean either. Or does Tha mean 'there are' without needing ann?
Perhaps a native could clarify, but is it wrong to say "Island" as opposed to "Isle"? I've always thought of the terms synonymously but I'm still learning about the geography.
They don't have tails though...
That's why they're sgoinneil
yes - please learn normal British usage