Gosh darnit Iain. You just said you were from America.
Am I hearing an 'a' between the 's' and 'chu' in Glaschu?
Yep! It's not unusual to have a wee vowel sound added in between two consonants in Gaelic. Think of how the word Alba is pronounced - it's a similar phenomenon. :)
Tha mi à Glaschu.
Chan eil mi à glaschu. Tha mi à Aimearaga
Its my last one and it wont except it! What to do? What to do?
Have you tried copying and pasting what they give as the correct answer? That sometimes works.
Yes it's happening too me!!
Would "Iain is Glaswegian" be an acceptable translation, or would there be a different wait to say that in Gàidhlig?