Irish/The Article

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History - Alphabet - Spelling - Pronunciation - Grammatical Changes - Basic Sentence Structure - The Article - Nouns - Verbs - Commonly Confused Words - Compound Prepositions - Prefixes - Dictionaries - Other Resources - Common phrases - Similar English words -


The Article[edit]

Irish has only one article: the definite article. The article has two forms, an and na. an is used in front of singular nouns, and na is used in front of plural nouns (and feminine nouns in the genitive case).