Does anyone else hear a "bh" or "f" sound at the end of "inniu"? Is that dialectal, a remnant of an earlier form of the word, or just duo-wrongo?
I can't hear it distinctly in the examples on Teanglann, unless very faintly in the Munster example.
You are hearing it. It's a fairly standard Munster pronunciation, you'll hear it frequently on RnaG.
Can "aon rud" also simply mean "one thing"? Or would it have to be "aon rud amháin"?
Need to be rud amháin or aon rud amháin
Got it. Thanks!
is the pronunciation for today (inniu) correct ? Ending sounds like 'h'
It's a common Munster pronunciation - you can hear it on Munster examples at teanglann.ie and on fuaimeanna.ie
Go raibh maith agat
Is she creating can thus be correct
No, the Irish for "is she creating?" is an bhfuil sí ag cruthú?
Irish and English both have separate forms for the simple present and the present continuous. They are not interchangeable.
Gee, there are a LOT of verbs in this section.
Write them down by hand. You will remember them better this way