Aren't I a teacher? Maybe "Am I not a teacher" is correct and common in UK but it sounds pretty posh to a North American
I answered "Am I a teacher" incorrectly with the speech bubbles, but was given credit. The "solution" was given as:
You have a typo.
Amn t I teacher?
I also had the same response
This made me smile. "Amen't" is Glasgow/Edinburgh slang for "am I not?". Whit next, pals - "gonnae no dae that? Gonnae no?"
Could somebody please give a word-by-word translation so I can understand this better? The "annam" and English "I" are throwing me off. Thanks.
"isn't it a teacher that is in me"
Isnt this an error...would be chan e not nach e?
nach e is asking, chan e is making the declaration.
the hearing again! I am hearing oram. really confusing