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A or ac, â or ag

Page history last edited by Elin 8 years, 9 months ago

When to use a and ac for "and" and â and ag for "with"...

 

Generally, you use 'ac' before a word with a vowel. There are a few exceptions, for example 'ac mae' which you can pick up on and assimilate as you go along.

 

Likewise "Ag" is the form of "â" (with) used before vowels.

 

 

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