Myn-ockle

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Ayns grammeydys, she fockle beg eh myn-ockle ny ayrneen (ny keayrtyn, breneen). T'ad cadjin dy liooar 'sy Ghaelg. Ta ymmyd jeant jeu lesh focklyn elley; cha nel ad yn-ymmydey nyn lomarcan. Ta myn-ocklyn ny Gaelgey goaill stiagh cha, nagh as dy.

Cha nel myn-ockle yn-churrit sheese da rang fockle tradishoonagh erbee (myr sampleyr, marenmyn, ennymocklyn, artyn as nyn lheid). Ta'n fockle çheet er possan yn-cheintagh dy 'ocklyn, gyn un soilshaghey magh cruinn oc. Son y chooid smoo, t'eh çheet er focklyn ta cooney reill ronnaghyn grammeydagh (myr sampleyr, obbal, mode, case) as nagh vel yn-filley.[1] Ny keayrtyn, cha nel myn-ockle çheet er agh adsyn nagh vel nyn roie-ocklyn, rovreearyn ny co-whingaghyn.

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  1. McArthur, Tom (1992). The Oxford Companion to the English Language. Oxford University Press, 72-76. ISBN 0-19-2114183-X.