When do you use Chan vs Nach?
Chan eil means "is not" while nach eil means "isnt it", one is a statement and the other a question
I am confused as when to use "fliuch." I know that "an t-uisge" is used when it is actively raining. So when would you use "fliuch?"
It could be used after it stopped raining but the ground is still wet
I do like that we've been introduced now to a slightly faster speaker because it sounds like the thing you'd hear in conversation.