The problem I am having with these prepositions is that I look at the ending of the preposition and I know whether it means- he, she, you, us (they?) etc. and I can figure out what the sentences are but I never seem to learn the actual meaning of the words. I can do the lessons but then I can't seem to do the reviews. I have tried looking through my books but am having a hard time finding all the prepositions we have here or used in this way. I am trying to make sure I hover over each of the prepositions to see the meaning each time even though I know what the sentences mean and I hope that helps.
Yeah, I have written them down but I don't feel like I am really learning if I have to look them up all the time. I will just keep reviewing and reviewing until I have them down...basically anyway..From the first prep. one I only remember agam, agat, againn, aige, agaibh, aici. If there were other ones I don't know what they were but I am pretty happy that I remember these.
Those that you remembered were in Preposition 1 if you scroll down: https://www.duolingo.com/skill/ga/Prepositions-1 Something that is "at someone" is something that the someone has.
Here are more found when scrolling down, including the one from this sentence ionat: https://www.duolingo.com/skill/ga/Prepositions-2 Something that is "in someone" is something that the someone is
Here is a handy dandy chart that helps me with the forms: http://www.irishpage.com/quiz/preppron.htm .
This one is for the grammar and uses of the prepositions where you can click on each: http://nualeargais.ie/gnag/gram.htm
Don't be discouraged! This grammar is so different from what we are used to that it should take a while to wrap your head around the way it is done.
Just repeat it to yourself. "You are the lawyer. The lawyer is in you. If the lawyer is in you, then you are the lawyer."
It is quite empowering. You can do it.
"I have the power, The power is at me. If the power is at me, then I have the power."
I wonder how they would say "You have it in you to succeed!"