"Imríonn sí leis."
Translation:She plays with him.
Love how this uses "yous" to indicate "you" (plural). In Belfast we actually say that in English.
In ireland (particularly from dublin) youd say that as well. "Ye" Is also used, pronounced like "yee"
I'm struggling with remembering the verbs in their non-congugated form. I am on mobile, so I don't have access to the tips or notes. Any suggestions to helping myself remember?
the notes say that most verbs' dictionary entries are going to be various conjugations depending on verb family. were I you, I'd keep a journal or list of words in a phone note listing, for example, the first-person conjugation of each one. I have been trying to keep them all in my head as I go so far, but I'm leaning towards doing just this myself.
I take screenshots, cram up my phone's memory then go through them later, when I have access to the tips. Jott them down. Then delete, and start again.
In this exercise, leis = le + é, so it can mean either “with it” (for a masculine noun) or “with him”.
She plays with it is also accepted, how would you tell the difference in a casual conversation? I'm guessing with context, but isn't that a little strange?
No? Many languages don't have a separate pronoun for "it". Context will make it clear in any real situation.
Curious about a musical context? Imrionn si. Could it be used to say....she plays bagpipes?