means "that is" in the sense of "Here is the book that is
required for the course."
Generally speaking, when a
* is directly followed by a verb, it means "that" or "which". In other words, it introduces a relative clause. In almost all cases, there's a space between a
and the verb, but not before tá
. Instead of a tá
, we write atá
You might find this article helpful: viewtopic.php?f=34&t=841
* Note that I'm talking about a
without a fada. á
followed by a verb has a different meaning.
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