How do people speak this? Dante got it wrong. Hell is having to spend eternity trying to figure out what this language says.
It is easy well not too easy its ok well I think that because Im irish ( not trying to be mean)
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
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
"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.
The subject is sé/sí/siad, the object is é/í/iad.