Why is it not "He does not like pink at all. The e suggests masculine.
Entirely different sentence/meaning... Cha toil leis pinc idir = He does not like pink at all.
What you mean to suggest is 'he is not pink at all' instead.. as 'e' can mean it or he, depending on the subject. Like 'i' can be it or she.
So could this be said of a male person (in some strange situation) without alteration?
What is the difference between saying "It is..." and "That is..."?