If Irish is verb subject object why isnt 'have' at the start of the sentence?
Irish, like Russian and Korean and many other Languages, doesn't have a verb that means "have" so it uses a different construction, with a different verb. The object of the verb in English is the subject of the (completely different) verb in Irish.
Thanks SatharnPHL, much appreciated
I'm having trouble with pronouncing "Aige" and "Aici". I keep pronouncing them as "Eh-ge" and "Eh-key"