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"Càite a bheil na peataichean an-diugh?"

Translation:Where are the pets today?

May 3, 2020



Is 'na' used to show it's a plural?


It’s na because that’s the plural form of the article the; it’s not really to show it’s a plural (peataichean is already a plural form, you don’t need to show it in any other way). It’s just that the form of the article must agree with the noun’s number, gender, and case – it’s an/am/a’ in the singular nominative, and na in plural.


Thank you, you've been very informative again.

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