What's the difference between going to and intend to do something? Is going to more decided than intend to?
"the girl wants to swim with us today" not accepted.
Granted to want and to intend can mean different things but in this context are they equivalent? Just so I know, thanks
She might want to go but is not allowed to, so although she still wants to go she will probably stay at home on the day.
But, if she intends to go, even though she isn't allowed to join them she will probably work out a way to do so.
Needs to be more clarity in the voice of the presenter. It may be the way people generally speak, but, not the best annunciation for learners or indeed for anyone wishing to hear and enjoy good speech.
I can't find the construction ta faoi for intention in O Donaill or De Bhaldraithe. Ta se ar intinn is what I am used to
If you look up faoi in Ó Dónaill and scroll down to 3 (d) you'll find it. Ar intinn is common also as you say.