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God and Mary to you, Tom! How are you? 2. I am well, thank God! 3. Are the children at home? 4. They are all (inside) in the kitchen. 5. Is Michael outside in the yard? 6. He is, but John and Nora are in Cork. 7. The boys are over there in the field. 8. Where is the scythe? 9. It is here under the hedge. 1t is not aspirated after sa (=insan), p. 14, note 1. LESSON V The Verb “to have” and the past participle The Perfect Tense There is no proper verb “to have” in Irish, and the notion is expressed by the verb “to be” with the preposition ag “at”: tá sé ag Seán “John has it” (lit.
3. They do not understand. 4. ) fall. 5. I spend the money. 6. ) clean the knife. 7. They shut the door, but they do not shut the window. 8. ) understand? 9. Does he believe? 10. No. 11. He writes a letter. 12. He conceals the truth. B. 1. They understood the words. 2. Did the priest believe the boys? 3. You lost the money. 4. Did he strike the dog? 5. We filled the bottles. 6. Did the boys drink the water? 7. No, but they drank milk. 8. ) read the paper? 9. The priests read the books. LESSON III Cases of the Noun In Irish the noun has four distinct cases: nominative-accusative, genitive, dative and vocative.
7. Did they not sell the horses? 8. Did we shut the windows? 9. They did not spend the money. 10. Did he stay in the town? 11. Did they not look at the paper? 12. Did the child fall into the water? 13. We did not cut the hay yet. Personal Pronouns The personal pronouns are: Singular 1 mé 2 tú 3 sé, sí Plural sinn sibh siad There are also emphatic forms: Singular 1 mise 2 tusa 3 seisean, sise Plural sinne sibh-se siad-san For the 2 sg. and 3 sg. and pl. ), íad which are used as object of a transitive verb.