Can someone explain to me how to tell the difference between the subject and object in sentences like this?
The subject comes right after the verb, before the object.
Ólann (Conjugated verb) tú (subject) caife (object)
Ithaenn (Conjugated verb) an bhean (subject) an bia (object)
Thank you very much, thats the second time today youve helped me
I can never seem to tell what word is the subject and which is the object
It gets a little more confusing in sentences with the copula, but with non-copular verbs it's generally verb-subject-object (or "VSO") as galaxyrocker explains.
Please explain me when to use sibh and when to use tú
sibh is plural.
tú is singular.