A bheith nó gan a bheith: sin é an cheist
Faroar, Ioraic bocht! Bhí aithne agam air, a Horatio: fear grinn éigríochta, fear samhlaíochta is sárfhearr: d’fhulaing sé ar a dhro
im míle uair; agus anois atá gráin ag mo chuimhne air! Cuireann mo phíobán thar maoil leis.
This is a hoot.
Cheist = quest = question?
If it sounds that similar, I can remember it.
Not only do they sound similar, both ceist and quest/question come from the same Latin word, quaestiō.
Cé mhead atá agat
Out of interest, why is there a h inserted after the c? I believed that when saying 'an' no h was added in... :/
You add a -h (lenition) to the start of all female nouns after "an". Bean = woman, an bhean = the women.
An bhean = the woman, na mná = the women :)
Definitive article and feminine noun
How is this pronounced? Maybe I just haven't gotten to the one where they pronounce it.
Sort of like "an hyesht". I've had it twice with audio so far.