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Unformatted text preview: preposition So the clause is indirect. Feicim an bhean a bhfuil hata uirthi. I see the woman with a hat on. Here bean is again the object of a preposition. 4. To form the indirect relative, the particle a is used, which eclipses. The form for the substative verb is a bhfuil. Is maith liom an bhean a n-aontaím léi. I like woman whom I agree with. Is maith liom an fear a bhfuil sí ag caint leis. I like the man she is talking to. Feicim an fear a dtugann a mháthair cuairt air. I see the man whose mother visits him. 5. Negatives are easy- the form nach which eclipses, preceeds the verb, with no distionction between direct and indirect. Feicim an fear nach n-aontaíonn liomsa. I see the man who doesn’t agree with me. Feicim an fear nach n-aontaím leis. I see the man I don’t agree with....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CELT 133r taught by Professor Hillers during the Spring '06 term at Harvard.
- Spring '06