I'd love to hear this sentence spoken. I think I have a handle on how it'd be said, but I'm not certain.
What is the difference between this sentence and "Are the children with you?"
I do not know, but based on lessons I would suggest something like:
"An bhfuil na páistí libh?"
Thank you! I keep forgetting that the "have" structure literally means something being "at" you rather than "with" you.
Accidentally put 'Do you hats children?' I need to be more careful reading before hitting continue.
I keep doing dumb stuff like that too.
I think" have you children "means the same so why do they say I'm wrong
Irish is still in beta; whenever you find an error, report it, so that it can be fixed.
Does "Are the children yours?" accomplish the same thing?
There's no define article in the sentence, so I doubt it.
So im kinda picking this up as if "agaibh" is used for talking to "you" as a crowd..is that right?
Yes. Agat is for singular you while agaibh is for plural you or y'all.
If you want to know if someone has children, would you be more likely to use páistí or clann?
What does "bhfuil" literally mean?
What does "literally" mean?
fuil is the dependent version of tá,used after particles such as an, ní and go, so bhfuil means "is", "am", or "are".