Translation:We like cats and you like dogs.
This line is in "Prep. 1". What I can't figure out is what word(s) in any of these sentences (in this lesson) are "prepositions". In Béarla, we call over, under, at, on, with, beside, beneath, etc. "prepositions" because they tell us the relative "postion" of subjects and objects in a sentence. Is the definition of this part of speech in Gaeilge different?
Anytime the object of a preposition is a pronoun they combine to form a prepositional pronoun.
Is maith le Pól cait - le is a preposition.
Is maith liom cait - liom is a prepositional pronoun.
Tá madra ag Pól - ag is a preposition.
Tá madra agat - agat is a prepositional pronoun.
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