What happens if you want to use le with another pronoun? We need to learn the correct prepositional pronouns.
We often use the preposition le with a pronoun (e.g. I, you, it), to give us phrases such as “with me” and “with you”. We just need to learn these words to give us these new sentences. We already know the structure.
Let’s learn the other prepositional pronouns.
|le + mi||leam||with me|
|le + thu||leat||with you|
|le + e||leis||with him / it|
|le + i||leatha||with her / it|
|le + sinn||leinn||with us|
|le + sibh||leibh||with you|
|le + iad||leotha||with them|