"There is sugar in the sweet."
Translation:Tá siúcra sa mhilseán.
When do you use "milseán" vs "mhilseán"? I've seen both on here, and I've confused them a few times.
I don't understand this sentence. Also, it says "an" or "na" which is "the" so why was I wrong for saying an millis?
What's the difference between "sa" and "san"? Does "san" come before a vowel?
Yes, that's right; san is used when the next word begins with a vowel.
A vowel or a vowel sound, for example how san fharraige is pronounced "san arraige".
Not sure where you are getting the (i + an) -> sa? I do understand what sa means. You have been very helpful in your answers or comments previous, so in no way am I trying to undermine you just trying to understand. Thank you for taking your time explaining things. I appreciate it. I have actually learned quite a bit from your posts.
Just to clarify.. I don't use "sa an mhilseán" because "sa" already means "in the", so I'd be saying "in the the sweet", right? Just tryna to paraphrase to make sure i actually understand. Thanks in advance for your patience.