Irish grammar - Forainm Reamhfhocalach (eg Liom, uirthi, agat)
Fancy Irish word but bascially it is just when you put the reamhfhocal shimplí (as, ag, ar... etc..) and the forainm (mé tú sé...) together.
So for example, instead of saying " le mé..." you say "liom" instead of saying "ar tú" you say "ort" etc etc
The reason behind it... there isnt really any, its just irish, and the grammar behind it and really you may just learn the words, sorry but there is not really any other way around it.
Some you will use more than others. I am putting the main ones here, there are others which are rarely used such as thar, um etc, the most important are probably ag, ar, le, and do, they will be used a lot and you probably already know some of them.
So am going to out the simple preposition at the top, eg le, and then the list underneath. Instead of me having to write out mé tú sé.. all the time i will just write them for the first one and that will be the order they are in for the rest :)
If you are confused about any of it please feel free to comment.
Mé/mise agam dom
Tú/tus agat duit
Sé/é aige do
Sí/í aici di
Sinn/muid againn dúinn
Sibh agaibh daoibh
Siad acu dóibh