Why is it cearc instead of cat?
EDIT: Turns out I didn't read the question, it clearly says chicken and not cat
because cearc means chicken and cat means cat
Yep, that’s right, I thought it said cat
We all make mistakes on this course. Not all of us admit it. Did you know that if you delete your comment all the responses will disappear too. Just a thought!
Ive seen ISEAN elsewhere as chicken. Any differebnce? When to use each?
Isean is a chick so could be used to talk about a baby chicken but you would more likely use cearc to talk about an adult
While a chicken is alive and kicking it is an 'isean'. While a 'cearc' is alive and kicking it is a 'hen'.