Can someone please help me understand when "air" goes before Michael and when it goes after Michael?
Air means on, so if something is on Michael then air goes before and if Michael is on something, air goes after.
So, tha falt ruadh air Mìcheal literally translates as red hair is on Michael and tha Mìcheal air bòrd is Michael is on a table.
The 'r' of 'air' sounds like an 's'.
Is this substantially different to Michael is hurrying? Would that be phrased differently in Gaelic?
I think that would be tha Mìcheal a' greasad.