How do you say "a" I've never learned just "the". I only used parentheses to show the words.
There are no indefinite articles in Irish.
Go raimh maith agat Buachaill! It's weird saying that because you are probably older than me... And I don't know how to pronounce go raimh maith agat...
Fun Fact : in that sentence, one would need to use the vocative case on "buachaill" :D
So it would be: "Go raibh maith agat a bhuachaill!"
Exciting, isn't it?
In Donegal we pronounce it go row mi awgot
You may be surprised by what you don't know. CX
That sure makes me feel smart (^_-)
Gorra maha guth
At least cairéad sounds similar to carrot.
every time an in Irish means the it is not there
an cailín - "the girl"
an cairéad - "the carrot"