"He has the newspaper."
Translation:Tá an nuachtán aige.
The verb here is Tá. Aige is the preposition+pronoun, "at him" if translated verbally. The Irish use "X is at Y" to say "Y has X". Fun fact: this construction is easy for me to grasp because in Russian (my mother tongue) we use the same structure :)
Hi, is it completely wrong to say " ta (i cant type accents my computer) nauchtan agat? or
Which operating system is installed on your computer? Perhaps you’d only need to learn how áéíóú could be typed on your computer.
I am using a chromebook and normally on a windows its something alt+0225 for an (a) with the accent... when i do it it doesnt work...
i can't click on the link so i can't see what the article says, but to my knowledge the options are ctrl+shift+U followed by the Unicode hex code for the character, or installing a different keyboard such as US extd or US intl.
It would be great to have more practice listening to the words. On pages that show three items - have each one give the word pronunciation.