"He has rice."
Translation:Tá rís aige.
Yes, I understand that 'aige' is masculine while 'aici' is feminine; I was just curious about the change in consonant from -g- to -c-, and whether it was something to do with the genders or whether there was another explanation. Of course, "it just is" may be the best explanation available...
I'm going to clear all this up. Maybe. Agam - look at the M at the end, that's Mé Agat - Again, the T at the end is tú Aige - The masculine one. Again, the last letter, E, is é Aici - The feminine one. Again, the I is í I think the consonant change from G to C is because of the vowels or something.