Pat Murray wrote:
> I have recently joined the list and this is a first effort.
Welcome! How do you come by your OI? Thanks for the translation.
> Go n-ithe an cat thú agus go n-ithe an diabhal an cat!
> Not-estir int catt ocus estir int demon in ncatt.
I can suggest some minor changes:
Not·estar in catt ocus estir (in) demon in catt.
"estir" is absolute (independent), while "·estar" is conjunct
(dependent) following the preverb.
We get the article "int" before a vowel: int én, not before consonants
such as 'c', 'd'.
The words "díabul" and "demon" usually go without the article in OI.
What have I missed, or mis-stated?