- Created by: ElAreAre⁷
- Created on: 01-08-23 22:10
ai generated help!!!
my query was the rules surrounding sa, san, i and in (all forms of the pronoun 'in' in irish)
The rules for i/in, sa/san in Irish are as follows:
- The preposition i means "in" or "at" in English.
- The preposition i combines with the definite article an (the) to form sa or san, depending on the word that follows.
- Sa is used before words that begin with a consonant sound, except for f followed by a vowel. San is used before words that begin with a vowel sound or f followed by a vowel.
- Sa and san cause different changes to the words that follow them, such as adding an h or…