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There would have to 'an' before bread and also 'roimh' means in front of aswell. Alot of words a Gaeilge have 2 meanings
Do you prononce the "g" that is in front on "caife"? Because when you listen it's like it is prononced, but when it's without the "g", is it prononce the same?
Yes. It's called a sébhú (idk if I spelled that right) i think its tge same with gate. Gate as Gaeilge is geata. But if you want to say on the gate you say ar an ngeata. Pronounced nyata
The eclipsing letter (g in this case) is called an urú.
The h that follows a consonant is called a séimhiú.
I misheard as "Tá an rón..." It'd still be a perfectly sane sentence as far as Duolingo is concerned XD
So does context determine whether 'roimh' means 'before' or 'in front of', aren't they opposites?