The man is in the fridge. I am apparently reading a crime novel.
The sentence exhibits a " the" before "fridge" but the translation doesn't, why is that?
What UaSirideain said! Sa means in the. You can't write i an in Irish, you use sa instead.
why chuis rather than cuis
sa lenites the following noun:
i gcuisneoir - "in a fridge"
sa chuisneoir - "in the fridge"
Why do we need,"there is"