What is this vegetables propaganda
how to know the way AI sound?
at buachaill I hear approximately EH
mhaith I hear AH
here at glasri I hear EE
Does Irish have a separate tense for "the boy is eating vegetables"?
Yes. Like English, the present progressive in Irish is different from the simple present.
Itheann an buachaill glasraí - "The boy eats vegetables"
Tá an buachaill ag ithe glasraí - "The boy is eating vegetables"
Can some one explain sentence structure please. Im just all kinds of lost.
The basic structure of a sentence in English is Subject-Verb-Object. In Irish, the basic structure is Verb-Subject-Object.
This is outlined in the Tips & Notes for the Basics 1 skill.