I thought "an" meant "the"
You can also use it before a verb to form a question: "an bhfuil tú go maith?".
In this sentence, "an" is the question form of "is".
How would you say, "Is he the doctor?"
I have this weird feeling of déjà vu about this question. I've probably asked it several times already.
An é an dochtúir é?
But in "An bhfuil tú go maith", bhfuil is "is", and an is just a question particle, right? So how come it's "is" here?
Tbh "an" is used in a lot of cases! :)
Why does the 'e' have to appear twice just because you added the definite article?
I think I get it. If you didn't, you would get 'an an dochtuir e?' And it sounds stupid.
She should be saying '-oor' not '-er', amirite? Why use the fada if you're not gonna say it?