"Bail" pronounced as "béal".
She has a better mouth after the operation.
Why does it not say Ta a bail nios fearr tar eis na hobraide.
It looks like the operation is in the genitive case. Is that right? If so, does that always happen after tar éis?
Yes, certain prepositions, such as chun, cois, tar éis, timpeall and trasna cause the genitive.
What is incorrect about "She has a better condition..."? Is this bad English?