Does it also mean "I drink coffee"?
Nah. The structure of Tá object ag expresses 'having' since Irish doesn't have a verb for 'have'
Thank you. Does this mean that Tá object ag is only used to express possession and you would not use it to say e.g. "I have coffee every morning"?
I would say Ólaim caife gach maidin - "I drink coffee every morning".
How would you say "You have coffee"?
Tá caife agat
Good......"caca" means cake.
Oh no it doesn't!!!
Cáca means "cake", but that accent is not optional!!!!! Don't ask for caca when you want cáca!