Translation:Léann an páiste.
I've only seen two forms of "the" na and an. Is there a plural form as well? Or are all verbs masculine/feminine?
na is plural like Spanish "los/las".
- an páiste (the child)
- na páistí (the children)
if you know how the words sound you can kind of work out if there is a fáda over it
I believe páistí is children and páiste is child. in the above comments liamog said something helpful with pluralization.
Can someone help me with telling which form of "children" is used when?