I really don't understand when im supposed to use "ann"
"I" is used with adjectives. "Ann" is used with nouns. Think "ann with noun". Thus, "tha i sgòthach" it is cloudy. "Tha sneachd ann" there is snow.
Very confusing, both present tense,
It is cloudy= ann - description
There is snow = i - not a dscription
Pardon me working this out here, im not great with grammar, but this is nice and challenging :)
Ann is "there". You see "there" in the English, you use "ann."
Why is 'i' there? 'A bheil' is it, 'i' is he? What are the rules for knowing which verbs are masculine or feminine?
'i' = it/she
'e' = it/he
'A bheil' = is/are
There is plenty of info in the notes: https://duome.eu/tips/en/gd
WHY "no" and not "na" ?!
According to the notes NA means x The (plural)"
According to the notes, "na" is the plural article (when used before a consonant). Basically, it means "the" not "or".
"Or" is "no" in Gaidhlig