It appears Irish phonology is even more complicated that I thought first. Mo cheist is about article an
. As everybody knows it is pronounced /@/ or /@n/ before words starting with vowel. The thing what is known as well, is that /@/ is elided when immediately following or preceding a "full voice" stressed vowel. So for example if we have a sentence: Tá an ghrian ag soilsiú
IPA: /tA: jr'i@n
Note: A - alpha, @ - schwa, S - sign of integral
is article audible at all over there? I mean /n/ is not pronounced before consonant /j/, and /@/ is merged with /A:/ or I got it wrong?