Except when black men are involved.
Or anybody else, for that matter.
True (and this I say from experience), but somehow they get the shorter end of the already-short stick.
How do they work PERFECTLY? Conspiracy?
And when the verb "includes" the subject. Like how ithim means I eat
does the verb always go first? I put na poilini oibrionn go foirfe and was wrong
In most (all?) cases you will learn on Duolingo, yes. That is the basic Irish word order. Verb-Subject-Object,
When would you use Garda instead of póilíní?
"Gardaí" in the Republic, "póilíní" in the rest of the world.