How do you say "Let's [do something]" in Irish I'm sure I should know this. But I just can't remember the construction. Any help please?
Aug 12, 2014 6:33 PM
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You need to use the 1st person plural imperative form of the verb, i.e. the ending -(a)imis/-(a)ímis E.g. ólaimis "let's drink", ceannaímis é "let's buy it", téimis "let's go", tosaímis "let's begin"
August 13, 2014
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