"a pig and a girl"
Translation:muc agus caileag
I've just begun this course and am keen to imitate accurately the pronunciation. But in some exercises you can do this only by removing the word from the sentence which you are constructing, then replacing it. In some cases, you can't have the audio repeated at all. So only two minutes into the course I'm beginning to think I'm wasting my time. A "language" course which revolves around reading and writing (with speech secondary) is not one I want to follow.
I was given "a pig and a girl" to construct in a sentence using some listed words. I clicked "muc" "agus" "caileag" and it marked it correct, but then when I hold my pointer over "agus", it shows that it means "is", not "and"... So by that logic, the sentence means "a pig is a girl" ?? I only just started this, quite literally less than 3 minutes ago, so, I'm already curious how it could be "off".