I was hoping that anyone was commenting on this monster eating haggis and drinking whisky. I love the humour of the teachers here ;-)
tha niseag ag ithe taigeis has no the in it, it is ' Lock Ness monster is eating haggis'
It's just a difference in usage. Niseag = "the Loch Ness monster". Niseag here functions like a given name (like "Nessie"), "the Loch Ness monster" like a description
same observation - lost a mark by putting 'an' before niseag
Same here, how are you meant to know when to use tha or na or nothing ?
This sentence is so Scottish, --I love it! ❤️