"You take your hat off."

Translation:Baineann tú díot do hata.

4 years ago

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Is there supposed to be a light "w" after the "b", or is that a non-standard pronunciation?

4 years ago

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It is the effect of broad consonants

3 years ago

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What is a "broad constant?"

2 years ago

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A conconant is broad whenever an a, o or u stands attached to it. Whenever e or i is attached to a consonant it becomes slender.

2 years ago

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And like what are the standing rules for broad and slender consonants in this case thank you for your help

2 years ago

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Here's a link that gives a pretty good overview, without a lot of the academic terminology. Keep in mind that the four main dialects are often different from the Official Standard.

2 years ago
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