"She has milk."
Translation:Tá bainne aici.
Why does Tá have an á instead of an a? What is the scene called and what does it mean/what is the rule?
The accent mark is called a fada, and it indicates a different pronunciation of that letter. In Tá, the fada makes the word sound like "taw", rhymes with "paw", instead of like the a in "tap" or "tan"
I'm just curious as is 'aici' the singular third person form, or is it female specific in third person?