Is this a common construction? Do animals "speak" in Irish? Is this similar to asking someone, "What does the cat say"?
The EID notes that a dog would amhastraíonn (“bark”) rather than labhraíonn. In stories, though, refer to aisling-taibhse’s astute observation.
Jpenny73@yahoo.com would like to know more plz. Your links are not clickable :-(
I’ve just clicked on both of the links in my comment above, and they both go to their intended destinations. Have you tried clicking on them from a different device?
On the mobile, these types of embedded links don't work :(
Does the same thing happen in a browser on a mobile? (I don’t have a mobile myself.)
I don't know. I just know I can't click on your links in the app. :( which makes me sad. I can do so, however, when I sign online on my laptop.
"Hush, my darling; be still, my darling; the lion's on the phone."
-- They Might Be Giants
The lion speaks tonight...
Awimbawe awimbawe awimbawe awimbawe
This is what I was looking for, glad I'm not disappointed :)
“Cuirigí tuilleadh páistí!” arsa sé.
is this pronunciation correct? I cant here the fada on the "i" sounds more like "labhraim" than "Labhraíonn"
This pronunciation is correct for this speakers dialect, but other Irish speakers do pronounce the word as written, with a fada on the "i" (in both "labhraím" and "labhraíonn").
Can someone explain why the aío in labhraionn doesn't make the same sound as it does in aíofe?
Do you mean the name Aoife?
Well i guess it would help if i spelled it right haha makes sense now. This is my third day using thing app.
And it probably works at Sesam Street