"That is nice."
Translation:Tá sé sin go deas.
Can anyone explain the "go" in this sentence? Not sure why it is necessary.
There's a few adjectives (six big ones) that require go when use as a predicate: deas, maith, olc, iontach, álainn, dona. Mostly subjective things.
I came here to ask that exact question. Thank you, Galaxyrocker, for answering it.
not ''Tá sin go deas''? I'm not sure if this is grammatically correct but I certainly hear it
I'm still not quite getting Ta/Is... the last sentance i had was "Is fior é sin" -- "That is true". So for this one, I put "Is deas é sin". Why is one constructed with Tá and the other with Is?