"Roimh" is not acceptable in place of "os comhair"?
I was wondering the same thing
Scarlet for him.
What does os comhair translate to exactly? I see it triggers the genitive.
Its literal translation is “upon presence”, but its meaning is “in front of” or “opposite”.
OK. That explains the genitive, then.
Wait, I thought ‘na’ was strictly plural...?
I'm still learning it myself so I won't risk mis-explaining it, but you should read through the tips and notes for the genitive.
No, it's also used for the genitive case. Here it means 'of' like 'opposite of the school'