An essential phrase to learn in any language.
It doesn't accept "Tá dlíodóir uaim". Is this an oversight or does the sense of needing something rather than wanting it only apply when "Teastaíonn" is used?
Tá dlíodóir uaim ---accepted today 17/08/'17.
Is there a grammatical reason why "teastaím __ uaim" isn't correct? Or is it "teastaíonn" in this case with everyone?
teastaigh actually conjugates to what you need, not to who needs it. The "me" part is covered in the uaim.
"Tá dlíodóir ag teastáil uaim" - was refused. I would have learned Munster Irish fadó fadó but this still feels right to me. Can anybody comment please?
Doesn't accept "Taitníonn dliodóir uaim." Does that seem right?