I might seem a bit thick for asking this, but I can't quite get the gist of Michael O Siadhall's tables in Learning Irish.
When he covers is, it seems that there are some things missing, or is it just me? For example, he gives Is and Ni for the first person, but no question forms?
Should the forms be: (for is)
Is dochtuir me- I am a doctor
Ni dochtuir me- I am not a doctor
An bhfuil doctor me? Am I a doctor?
Nach bhfuil doctor me? Am I not a doctor?
What are the forms for second person? Are they:
Is thu an doctuir- You are the doctor
Ar thu an doctuir- Are you the doctor?
Nach bfuil thu an doctuir?- Aren't you the doctor?
Thanks for your responses...I think this set is very good, but the lack of examples and these funny tables are confusing me. If anyone could give me handy hints on using these tables without getting the wrong end of the stick, please let me know.
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