Needs, not wants?
What makes this a need over a want?
yup, I asked the same question 2 months ago... maybe someone clever will answer now that you brought it up again :)
I seen your lonely unanswered post there alright. I probably should have put it under yours. Ah well. No harm.
...I continue to hear 'uathu' here, rather than 'uaithi'. If it is, in fact, 'uaithi', how do I distinguish it from 'uathu' and where is it pronounced this way?
Could this not mean "The new sheets are from her" or is that a different construction?
It's a question. An in this case is using the question particle, followed by the dependent form of the verb fuil (which is eclipsed here because of an). Now, it could mean "Are the new sheets from her?".
at first I thought these were sheets of paper then bed sheets could it be either?
Pretty certain [wɔhə] could be uathu just as much as uaithi.
But there is no "na" in the sentence, making it less likely. Are new sheets from her?
I need so much more practice on the sounds of these words. "waha" "uaithi". My brain just won't make that much of a stretch. I was happy that I got "nua" from hearing "noo"
I put the right answer down but saying its wrong