What's the verb in the sentence?
It’s an implicit is.
Are the letters "sh" silent?
I think it's almost an /h/ sound, the lenited /s/.
For some reason I can say sheoladh by itself but when I put the "do" in front of it, the words is another tongue twister for me and I can't prounounce "sheoladh" again.
I finally got it after many listenings to the voice!
I have a quick question. Is the sh on sheoladh pronounced or is it silent? The person on there didnt say it. Is it a tongue twister or is it not meant to be said
It is pronounced, but it's not the same sound as "sh" in English.
You can hear other examples of a lenited s in sheanathair, shiúlamar, shroicheamar, shnámh, sheomra and Shamhna.
I'm not hearing the "dh" being pronounced at the end of "sheoladh". Is it silent?
Dh is often silent and I think that is the case here.
Irish "sh" is never pronounced like English "sh" - it is important to get away from any assumptions based on what English does.