What's the reasoning behind "Idirlíon" over "t-idirlín"? I thought nouns following the singular definite article that start with a vowel had to have the "t-" prefix? Does it's use in a prepositional phrase preclude this?
Yes, the t- prefix isn’t applied to nouns that begin with a vowel in a prepositional phrase.
why do the capitalize Idirlion? shouldn't it be a small i?
How do you tell between feminine and masculine in Irish?! It's driving me nuts!
By memorizing the noun’s gender with a noun — refer to the FGB to find the gender.
Wouldn't the Béarla be better: 'We took a course on the internrt at the univerdity'?
Surely "We did an online course with the university" would also be right?
Well no because it is not a direct translation