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Na céadta crúiscín
Tá mé go leor orduithe pota agam, go suím mé [or, dialectally, "suíonn mé"] taobh leis an roth ["taobh le roth" isn't wrong ("by a wheel"), but I think you mean a definite wheel ("by the wheel")] an lá ar fad.
The construction used to express "I have ...." is "Tá .... agam".
- The verb is "tá" = "is";
- the subject of the verb is the thing possessed (which is the object in English);
- "ag" is a preposition (roughly equivalent to "at" in English) which is inflected for person (a peculiar feature of the Celtic languages): agam, agat, aige, aici; againn, agaibh, acu.
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