Can somebody please tell me what the difference between "na" and "an" is. I know they're both "the", I just don't know when the appropriate time to use one versus the other is. One lingot reward for the fastest reply and best answer.
Nominative and genitive are cases that exist in Irish. Nominative is the default case, and genitive is used when two nouns come together. You'll learn more about it later on. For now, just worry about an as nominative singular and na as plural
I thought it would be silly for multiple people (you all/sibh) when discussing eating a single egg (inferred by "an ubh", meaning "the", as in, one specific egg).
Just a random thought in my brainhead.