'How to train your Dragon: Race to the Edge' anyone? This. Changes. Everything.
Same thought here. Harry Potter references and how to train your dragon references? I really want to meet whoever writes these sentences
Why is 'sé' needed here? ..... Why not just "Athraíonn seo gach rud"...
"Athraíonn sé gach rud" is "He changes everything". "Sé seo" means "this".
I thought 'seo' on it's own was this, and that 'sé' was either 'it/he'?..
Seo is used with the third person singular or plural personal pronoun as described in Ó Dónaill (e) (With 3 sg. or pl. pers. pron.) Tá sé ~ ag imeacht, this person is leaving. Is é ~ mo pheannsa, this is my pen. An iad ~ do chlannsa? Are these your children? Tá sí ~ le pósadh, this girl is getting married. Más í ~ an iníon is óige aige, if this is his youngest daughter. Cad é ~ a dúirt sé? What is this he said?
What exactly is the difference between "this" and "that" in this case? And what would "that" be in Irish?
Seo = this, sin = that. (Sin is pronounced shin)
Cé hé sin amuigh
A bhfuil faobhar ar a ghuth
These are the first two lines of a poem Éamon a' Chnoic.
Who is that outside
Who has an edge to his voice