Bidh iad a' cluiche còmhla ri chèile a h-uile seachdain. -- Is "còmhla" required in this sentence? So that Bidh iad a' cluiche ri chèile a h-uile seachdain. (without the "còmhla") is incorrect?
Yes it is. Còmhla is the bit that means together. Ri chèile means something along the lines of to each other. It doesn't quite link the same in Gaelic as in English.
It won't let me progress beyond this point. When I choose the words from a list to translate into Gaelic, it doesn't have a place to do accents and apostrophes. So even though I get all the words correct it marks it incorrect.