wash yourself, pól
certainly before getting inside the fridge!
"Glan" is also Welsh for "clean"!
Well, they're both Celtic after all.
It's Cornish too
Does the audio not work for other people too?
Makes more sense to be The man is not clean!
It is now accepted :)
how do you tell the difference between when to encompass a phrase with ta se (or something similar) to when to put it in front of the phrase?
Tá sé … means “He is …” or “It is …” ; the pronoun is the sentence’s subject.
Why not "he is not the clean man"
Just asking why "He is not a clean man" is not correct. Thanks!
I think you would need a construction with the copula for that and so the pronoun for man would also show up (but I'm also a beginner, so just guessing).
How would you say "There is no clean man"?