Is aici pronounced ah-see or ah-key?
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"
couldn't it be ta si bainne
'Tá sí bainne' means something like 'she is milk'. Even then, it feels more natural to say 'is bainne í'.
I'm just curious as is 'aici' the singular third person form, or is it female specific in third person?
With what I can gather, 'aici' is a singular feminine form while 'aige' is the singular masculine form.
Why can't it be Si bainne aici?
Can someone help me remember when to use aici and when to use aige?
How is "aici" pronounced? My guess based on what i know of irish pronounciation is it's something like "uh-k"