I listened to this many times, and even though I knew there should be a second "is", I never heard it. Is this really how a native speaker sounds?
Yeah, native speakers speak REALLY fast and when you have something like "agus is" it'll probably end up sounding like one word
I can hear the second 'is'. It's slight and sort of 'connects' with 'agus'. It sort of sounds like one word: "agus'is".
It takes time I imagine while talking out loud, to figure out who you're talking about since it seems the pronoun is at the END of the sentence lol
When should I use "Is" and when "Ta"?
"Tá" is for the stative sense, when you're describing something: I am happy. "Is" is for the copular sense, when you're equating things: I am a woman.
When do i use sé/sí vs é/í?
The subject is sé/sí/siad, the object is é/í/iad.
This is so hard i got almost everyone wrong Ugh
i wrote "is fearr me agus is buchaill e" because my laptop is english and still got it wrong?????HELP?!!!?
fearr and fear are two different words in Irish.
They literally said it was wrong because I forgot a full stop???
That's not why. From now on, please copy&paste or screenshot your answer so we can help you see the real reason it marked you wrong.