What's the reason we shouldn't use the plural "éisc" here?
I guess they mean to talk about the general substance of fish, which isn't countable. But the sentence is somewhat ambiguous so yeah, report it.
No reason, it's perfectly acceptable. Report it.
How do you say: "I like meat and you fish"? I want to know how to shorten this sentences in Irish while retaining meaning and correct grammar.
"Taitníonn feoil liomsa agus iasc leatsa"
What is the direct translation of "taitníonn"? Is it a "we" conjugation of "like" ("we like")?
No, it's present tense of a verb meaning "to shine" but which idiomatically means "to be enjoyed": "Taitníonn feoil liom/liomsa" means "Meat shines with me" means "I like/enjoy meat".
It’s not an idiom, but rather a phrasal verb: taitin means “to shine”, and taitin le means “to please”.
Caithim vs agus?