Cheap me go bhfuil si an cailin is alainn sa domhan. Ansin d'oscail si a beal.
The superlative for álainn is is áille.
(I know it's an old thread, I'm just documenting it for any new readers)
Cheap mé go mb' ise an cailín is álainn. Ní úsáidtear bí mar sin
Gur because of the past tense, I guess -- but what is the ise?
Yes, though I was using it in the present tense, since you used go bhfuil.
Changing it to the past, it'd be gur(bh), or go mb(a), depending on dialect..
ise is the emphatic of í
Thanks, a GR!
This sentence sounds like the punchline to a joke that was probably pretty offensive :-p
Ansin also means then?