Sounds like 'e' not 'u'
The male speaker at least clearly says u.
Definitely the wrong audio on this one.
The audio is fine :)
I agree with you
A bit confused! Why is "You are" expressed sometimes as " Tha thu" and also as " Tha sibh"?
Tha thu is informal and singular.
Tha sibh is formal and plural.
Came here to say the same as KasiBree (their comment didn't appear on my phone), Tha thu is just like "you are", and tha sibh is almost like "y'all are", or when you are talking to someone older than you like a teacher or possibly your parents.
I also hear 'i' - not 'thu'.
In what context would this be used please?
When someone has been warned not to do something, they do it anyway and either muck it up or hurt themselves.
Don't touch the live wire or you'll be sorry!
You're sorry now!
I love the visual! Tapadh leibh!
your 'mi','thu' and 'i' sound the same
'thu sounds like 'i'