Is ta conai orm equivalent to ta me I mi chonai? Is there any difference?
No, there is no difference.
Mo chonai, not mi chonai.
Of course!! I am living in West Cork.
Isn't this the adjective use, not prepositional?
I think it is so we will know that it can mean both things....of course, now I have forgotten what else it means besides "west".....anyway...
why is "I live in western Cork" not accepted?
Probably because "West Cork" is the name commonly used for that region in English. I never hear anyone calling it western Cork.
I've never heard anyone call it Corcaigh thiar, only Iarthar Chorcaí.
it should be I think
I am living in Cork West?
Just so you will know, West Cork is the unofficial 27th county of the Republic Of Ireland.
According to langers I know the whole county is an independent state...
Wouldn't that take a capital T in "Thiar"?
would this not literally mean 'I have a home in West Cork' ?
Not with the prepostion ar, it wouldn't.