This has probably been asked already, but: could the same be said as:
Téann sé chuig an pháirc.
Good question! I was here to ask it, but you got there first. Have a lingot!
Only in Ulster Irish - it would be chuig an bpáirc for everyone else.
Why not go without dti????
Why is there a lenition after "go dtí" while there was "go dtí an margadh" in a previous exercise ?
páirc is a feminine noun, and feminine nouns are lenited after the singular definite article an in the nominative case.
margadh is a masculine noun.
Nouns after go dtí remain in the nominative case.
OK it's clear. Go raibh maith agat.
So "go dti" means "to"?
Yes thats all there is to it