That lenition and eclipsis stuff is really hard to understand. Without the constant support of the native speakers - a big fat thank you to all of you - this course would be rather difficult to manage. You really help us a lot in understanding the grammar of this beautiful language. I am very grateful.
How would you say the woman has a dress on? I thought that was the correct translation and thought it sounded a bit off in standard English. That's why I translated the woman is wearing a dress. What grammatical construction or rule would tell you that the translation is the woman has dresses? Would AR be the correct preposition for on? Thanks