Insíonn in Munster

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    Madda
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    Dia dhaoibh! Tá an cheist agam oraibh. I see in dictionaries for “inis” forms “insím, insíonn”, but in the dictionary corkirish’s there’s “insim” [‘i:nshim]. May You tell me pls, forms for tú, sé/sí? Is it “inseann” ?

    #46553
    Rosie
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    Hi! According to https://corkirish.wordpress.com/verb-conjugation/insim/ …, Yes! 👍🏼 It’s “inseann tú”/”inseann sé”. They don’t seem to list “sí,” but I’m assuming it’s probably the same. 😊

    #46556
    Labhrás
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    Dia dhaoibh! Tá an cheist agam oraibh. I see in dictionaries for “inis” forms “insím, insíonn”, but in the dictionary corkirish’s there’s “insim” [‘i:nshim]. May You tell me pls, forms for tú, sé/sí? Is it “inseann” ?

    In Dingle, it is nisim, niseann tú, niseann sé/sí (without initial i- and without syncope of the second i)

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