"I am well."
Translation:Táim go maith.
Where does that 'go' come from? I don't need it in "Good morning - maidun maith".
Im extremely confused as to the function and placement of "go". Duolingo kind of threw me into this without explanation.
I researched it on Wiktionary to learn why ''go'' is used:
''Takes the adverbial construction go maith when used predicatively after a form of bí: Ta an anraith seo go maith. - This soup is good.''
Would you also be able to say "Is go maith mé"? Or does that not make sense?
As Liamog said that's not correct. Is is used with classification or identification structures at the basics, and bí is used with other forms. So you'd need bí with this one.
No, that's not right. You could say something like Is fear maith mé = I am a good man
Then what is "ta me go brea"? (Pardon, I can't figure out how to make accented letters on a laptop.)
"Ta me go brea" is a broken/incorrect form of "I'm sorry", the correct way is: "Tá brón orm".
Also, to type "á" and "ó", you need to use the ALT and the numpad, but a lot of laptops don't have the numpad, anyways they would be: ALT + 160 = á ALT + 162 = ó