If They are bad, They dont deserve underpants
Nobody deserves underpants
Iad vs sinn... When do you use one vs the other?
iad means they, sinn means we.
The pronouns are:
thu/tu you (singular informal)
sibh you (plural informal or formal, singular formal)
Thanks for the explanation man. You helped me understand the pronouns :)
this isn't an exact translation, but it helps me remember... "tha mi ag iarraidh" // "yes I am wanting". keeping "ag" prevents translating to "yes I wanting"
You can hear the 'a' in American English. Eg Dylan's Don't think twice it's alright has, if memory serves, "I'm a thinkin and a wonderin as I wander down the road..." Does this come from the Gaelic inflence, I wonder?
Why do we need ag in this sentence. I'm confused!
Why not drathaisean, as the subject is plural? If not, what would be an example of a correct sentence using drathaisean?
What is the difference between Tha iad and Tha sinn?
iad means "they", sinn means "we" - tha iad = they are, tha sinn = we are. The full list of pronouns is given in one of the replies above.