I can't hear the "am" in this at all.
Same here no katter hiw many times i play it!
Nor me. It catches me out every time :(
I couldn't hear the am in this at all either
How do you know when to use am instead of an?
The same way you know to change in- to im- in immortal or imprecise in English. You use am instead of an before labial consonants (B, P, M, F in Gaelic).
That's a much simpler reason than I was expecting it to be :)
Like others previously, can't here the "am", not even as a closing of the lips, like "ham" balach :(
Couldn't hear the "am"
I think (therefore I am) that there's no "am". Glè dona!
Is that right? Gle causes lenition, so wouldn't it be "Gle dhona"?
(As for the 'am'. Yeah, he speaks so fast... After thirty or so listens I can just barely detect an "M" sound in there ( ~"Seom balach"~ )