Okay, short-term, if you’re on a desktop PC, go to Start, then Windows Accessories, and open Character Map. In there, you can find à, è, ì, ò, ù, and make a note of the Alt-xxxx code for each one. Put those on a Post-it, to look at. (If you’re on a desktop Mac, I don’t know where to find the other characters).
However, I saw in the Duo forum for Gaelic that the “accent tiles” for Gaelic are coming soon.
Well, I'm not sure if the translation will make sense because those are very brazilian expressions, but if you don't mind the bad language, let me introduce you to the most versatile bad word in brazilian portuguese. cu means arse hole, not figuratively speaking like calling someone an idiot, but actually having the literal meaning. And you can use it in the most diverse way:
- Your "cu" = I don't believe you, or I vehemently disagree with you
- A "cu" = something annoying
- Go have it in your "cu"= go ❤❤❤❤ yourself
- What a cu= exasperation
- Who has cu, has fear= talking about being careful.
there are a lot of other expressions that I can't remember right now. Anyway, it was hilarious to me trying to translate that lol