The prepositions we have looked at so far are en in, war on, reb by, beside, dhe to, gen/gans with, by, heb without. Now here are two more:
We can combine these with some of our previous vocabulary, e.g.
dadn an bord under the table
dadn chayr under a chair
Ma va o sedha dadn an bord. He is sitting under the table .
Ma kei dadn chayr. There is a dog under a chair.
rag an flogh for the child
rag li for lunch
Ma aval rag an flogh. There’s an apple for the child.
Thero vy o tebry bara ha manyn rag li.
I am eating bread and butter for lunch.
The Bible contains plenty of quotations containing numbers. Here is a quotation from Psalm 90:10
Bledhydnyow agan bownans The years of our lives
ew deg ha trei ügens, are ten and three score (70)
poken, dre reson a nerth, or else, by reason of strength,
pajar ügens four score (80)
And here is part of 2 Samuel 19:35
O bloodh vy My age
ew pajar ügens is four score (80)