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More on Bí in Irish

Take a look at the forms of used in the two examples below.

Tá mé ceart go leor.
taw may kyart gu lohr.
I am fine.
Níl mé go dona.
neel may gu DUN-a.
I’m not bad.

As you can see, and níl are forms of (to be) in Irish. Níl is the negative form of . We’ll learn more about the verb in later sections.