Iain gets picked on a lot!
Why does everyone hate Iain?
Even in the pet section, iain can't escape the hate
I think that this was an error. As it is in the pet section, maybe it was meant to be "Tha thu gòrach, eun.
Good for the insult-a-Scot unit.
Iain needs a hug... and some new friends
Or he needs to wise up.
My husband is called Iain. I'll say no more! hahaha
This Iain abuse needs to end!
That's not a nice thing to say to anybody!
Fàilte gu Alba!
We have sections on animals, feelings, clothing, etc, Do we need one on abuse?
Insults are an essential part of any language.
For-all-love, that may be true about insults, but the Scottish Gaelic course is the first Duolingo one that I've come across which teaches them!
'S math an sgàthan sùil caraide.
Iain can't catch a break, can he?
Poor iain! He take all the abuse...
Why does duolingo always pick on Iian?
Who is this Iian?
Really hard to tell the difference between Iain and eun in the pet section!
I have a stron suspicion that this 'Iain' is an ex or annoying brother...
Funny, I was thinking Iain may be one of the creators they do get some outrageous phrases, and a whole leson topic later on.
I have heard gòrach used for 'crazy' and Learn Gaelic Dictionary lists 'foolish, silly, absurd, daft, ludicrous, or ridiculous' but I was marked incorrect.
Next time you get it, answer the same way, and click the little report flag so the mods will see it.
My grandfather (my last born and raised scottish ancestor) is named Iain, thanks for making me insult my entire reason for being here.
Iain bochd. He can't do anything right.
Is this meant to be an insult? If not, perhaps "silly" would be a better translation?
Can we have a phrase for the Loch Ness Monster. No more far-fetched than a live haggis?
'S e Niseag a th' ann.
Tha Iain brònach a-nis
How does one spell lian?
The first letter is a capital i, not a lowercase L :)
'Iain you are stupid' would make just as much sense in English.
Don't know why I found this so amusing
I did not put a coma in and lost a heart
the thu sounds like 'mi' or 'i'
your 'thu' sounds like 'mi'
thu and mi sound the same.Next time I will just toss a coin and hope
Shouldn't it be "Tha thu borag a Iian"
I dont know where you got 'borag' from as 'gòrach' is correct. As the beggining of 'Iain' is a vowel sound, the 'a' often added in the vocative case is ommited.