"You are welcome, Una and Anna."

Translation:'S e ur beatha, Ùna agus Anna.

August 20, 2020

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When do you use "'s" as opposed to "tha" or "is" for is/are? I understand between tha and is, basically "tha" is for description, "is" is for identification, but i dont understand "'s"


’s is just shorter is that is commonly used before vowels, so you’ll rather see ’s e than is e (but both are possible).

It’s similar to how tha changes to th’ before some words, eg. in a th’ orm that is on me.

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