Why is 'baineann tú do hata diot' incorrect? Other examples do have that order.
It was marked correct for me just now (09/2019)
Baineann tu do háta de... what am i missing?
de just means off. You need to have díot which means off you.
ah ta bron orm, this is what i meant to refer to, so here diot is before the noun, but then after this another qustion has the answer with dinn after the noun
Is one of this a more natural form of Irish than the other?
Baineann tú díot do hata or Baineann tú do hata díot.