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"He has the newspaper."

Translation:Tá an nuachtán aige.

December 3, 2014



When does the verb (aige, in this case) ho to the end of the sentence?

September 22, 2015


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 :)

May 4, 2019


Hi, is it completely wrong to say " ta (i cant type accents my computer) nauchtan agat? or

December 3, 2014


That means 'you have a newspaper'

December 3, 2014


Which operating system is installed on your computer? Perhaps you’d only need to learn how áéíóú could be typed on your computer.

December 3, 2014


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...

December 3, 2014


Is Windows installed on your Chromebook, or some other operating system? That Alt method only works with Windows.

This article might be helpful if yours runs Chrome OS. (I don’t know if they all run Chrome OS or not.)

December 3, 2014


thank you brother! Ill check this out today :)

December 4, 2014


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.

July 5, 2018


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.

January 22, 2018


(beginner question)

Why is it "Tá an nuachtán aige" and not "Tá nuachtán aige"?

Just one question ago, I had "Tá buachaill aici" without the "an"...

March 21, 2018
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