So, would this be the same way you would say "I like the soup"? Just an implied the. Or would it be "Is maith liom an anraith"?
'I like the soup' would be an t-anraith
It would have an t-anraith because anraith is masculine.
"You used the wrong word.
Is maith liom sú." I don't think so!
Why is it liom and not leat? What is the difference?
liom = 'with me'; leat = 'with you'
Is maith Liom- I like
Is maith leat- you like
Is maith liom stobhach.
Why is it not "ish" since "i" is a slender vowel?
Custom and practice.
The copula is pronounced with a slender s when the i is elided in sea (from is ea) and is é, is í and is iad are sometimes spoken with a slender s (in particular when the i is elided) but it's a broad s otherwise.
But do you even like it Bobby? What do you like to eat?
You liking soup makes me happy