According to the broad/slender vowel rules that I learned, it seems to me that this word should be pronounced "CHee-uh-gar". Why is it not?
The only purpose of the O in tíogar is to ensure that the G is pronounced broad.
It is just CHEE-guhr. Two syllables.
Wow the audio is really bad
What would be "a tiger"? Does that sentence even exist in Irish? Or is it always "the"?
Just "tíogar" there is no word for a/an in Irish
Can someone help me by explaining what slender and broad means? I'd appreciate it I keep seeing them being talked about.
It should recognize emojiis like