Does the speaker say “Tá míle agat. Is leor sin.” or does she use “is” as in “agus” and somehow omit the copula?
(Take your pick).
So far dóthain has meant sufficient, and leor has meant much. Why is this flipped?
leor can mean sufficient, especially with the copula.
But would "dóthain" be incorrect here?
Dótháin is a noun, meaning 'sufficiency, enough' so it'd be odd if you just directly put it in, yes. But you could change it around to, like, agus is é sin do dhótháin or agus tá do dhótháin agat
Makes sense! GRMA!
There's some more discussion on the different ways you can use dóthain and leor in the discussion for An bhfuil do dhóthain agat?
Thanks. The later questions confirmed that--but is "dóthain" actually incorrect here?
Does "....agus tá sé sin go leor " work?
That's what I put and it was not accepted.
Why would you not say "is leor é sin"?
You wouldn't say is leor é sin because the Irish for "that is enough" is Is leor sin.
That's just the way this phrase is used.