Ulaidh – Cúige Uladh – Ulster Ulaidh is the nominative, Uladh is the genitive. After simple prepositions, dative can be used: in Ultaibh, le hUltaibh. Counties:
Democratic Unionist Party = an Páirtí Aontachtach Daonlathach. Treated as a definite noun construction, with a definite article. Genitive: an Pháirtí Aontachtaigh Dhaonlathaigh. Sinn Féin.
The expression “explanatory relative sentence” means here such relative sentences as “the man who spoke to you“, i.e. the man who is defined by the fact
A friend of mine pointed out (sic!) that it was an Anglicism to use pointeáil amach for “to point out”. Well, I have learnt this expression
The text I wrote about stupid prejudices was commented (in my old blog) by Eoin Ó Cróinín, who pointed out that while Irish obviously isn’t
For some years now, I have been working on my Russian with the purpose of writing a history of modern Russian prose (not in Irish