Is there going to be conjugation tables for the verbs or did I miss them?
They are coming in the "Basics 2" skill!
I was wondering the same thing. There hasn't been any so far in the first 3 lessons.
I just recommend going to wiktionary. All the verbs that I have seen so far have conjugation tables.
You are using the mobile app?
Here are the links to the Tips and Notes in the first 3 skill sets (Just scroll down on each page):
www.focloir.ie is also a great resource for conjugation. Search for the verb you want and click on the word /verb/ beside it and you can see all of its possible conjugations
I love how they seem to use an actual voice for this!!! they need to do that for all the languages not the really crappy computerized audio!
This one is a real one.
Does this also mean the act of drinking?
No. 'ag ól' means "drinking". If you want to say "I'm drinking", you use the form "Táim ag ól." / "Tá mé ag ól."
And Just 'ól'? When i saw this verb my mind bring me the world 'øl' that is 'beer' in Danish.
isn't there another way to say "I am drinking" instead of just "I drink"?
See PeregrinaMia reply, on this same page, above your question.
So does this sentence have an implied subject - like in English - "Clean your room" The subject would be assumed to be you?
Is this also translated "I am drinking"?
to me this sounds like "ólann".
What is the difference of pronouncing "Ólann" and "Ólaim"?
'ólann' is just the verb, 'Ólaim' includes the first person pronoum.
Anyone else put "water" instead of "I drink?"
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No matter how hard I listen to these exercises, every time I hear a word ending in "m" (olann, taim etc) the final phoneme sounds just like an "n". (Sorry, my fada wouldn't come out in the discussion page)