cha toil leam piobair idir
cha toil leam piobar idir
Genitive or Accusative?
A spelling mistake that will be fixed in the next update :)
When I typed piobair I found that another form was also correct. So are both forms, Nom. and Gen., correct - or only Nom.?
Only nominative (piobar) is correct here. Genitive is accepted (and the default here) by mistake that will be fixed.
Oh, I see. Thank you!
Sorry what do nominative and genitive mean?
These are cases, or grammatical forms. Nominative case indicates subject (what? or who?), genitive - relation of posession or origin (of whom? of what? from whom? etc).
"Cha" was pronounced like the English word "quiche" in this sentence. Is this a regional version?