*Not positive if the title is grammatically correct or if it is but it just needs to be lenited.
Working on my book again, while translating some of the questions came across some of my own.
1: why is "deir" not lenited after the preverbal particle "a"?
2: If an "i" is added before the final consonant of a name while addressing a person, and that final consonant happens to be an "s" is that "s" now pronounced like an sh sound?
3: Cén chaoi a ndeirtear "His/her name is.."? My best guess is Seán atá air. Máire atá uirthi. And I'm sure there are other ways to say it.
4: I'm surprised I haven't learned this yet. For eclipsed words that now start with a "g" or "n", do you pronounce the new initial instead or combine the sounds?
5: Ok, in one of the questions a name was lenited without being addressed by another person and in other sentences other names weren't. Why is that?
"Cén t-ainm atá ar mhac Thomáis?"
Any other question didn't have lenition:
"Cén freagra a thugann Seán?"
Any and all answers will be much appreciated!!
Grma, slán go foill!