What is the difference between "bhur" and "do"?
'Do' is singular, 'bhur' is plural. They distinguish between these in the second person in Irish - unlike in English.
this is probably a stupid question, but why is it 'phortán' when in the last question, it was 'bpórtan'?
Because "do" causes lenition ("phortán), while bhur causes eclipsis (bportán).
Does not accept “thy crab”. :(
how would you say "He wears her shirt." in Irish? Since her shirt/his shirt/their shirt are all "a léine"
Offered: "Caitheann an buachaill leine an chailín" -- The boy wears the girl's shirt.
Please correct me if this is wrong!
Are crabs common pets in Ireland?
at first i thought it said "the" instead of do