anyone else having difficulties distinguishing between "oirre" and "orra" when listening?
Literally, A hurry is not on her?
So, what's the difference between cabhag and greas?
Cabhag is a noun and greas is a verb.
so now I get why are we told "greas ort" and "greasaibh oirbh" in the tips - at least the verb part. But why "ort" and "oirbh"?
My answer was "She is not hurrying", but that was marked incorrect. How is it significantly different from "She is not in a hurry"?
I'd say that one is a physical action and the other is a state of mind.