"Leanfaidh ar aghaidh amárach."

Translation:I will continue on tomorrow.

August 5, 2015



I tried "I will continue tomorrow" ie without "on" and this was rejected. I have posted a report suggesting that this form, as well as "I will carry on tomorrow", should be accepted. Bhur dtuairimí?

August 31, 2015


"Leanfaidh mo chroí ar aghaidh."

February 27, 2017


"Continue on" just doesn't really sound right to my ears. Odd, because I wouldn't object to "carry on". It's simply that "continue" seems to contain a built-in sense of onward, ahead, forward, beyond in my head. It's a bit like the Ulster use of whenever in "Whenever (when) I see him, I'll tell him". It always brings me up short.

July 15, 2017


What is the grammatical purpose of aghaidh in this phrase? I can't tell if it's part of ar aghaidh.

August 5, 2015


It is part of ar aghaidh. lean ar aghaidh is a phrasal verb meaning 'continue'

August 5, 2015


A more literal meaning of lean ar aghaidh is “continue forward” (lean + ar aghaidh), hence its meaning of “proceed” or “continue on”.

August 5, 2015
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