What is the difference between tha sinn and tha iad?
tha sinn > we are
tha iad > they (pl) are
Is this like the royal we or is the speaker speaking on behalf of a group
we as a group are wanting one (1) coat. why?
Why does a group of people only want one coat
Maybe it's a pair of twins. They already have one coat to share between them, but they are wanting one more
My phone doesn't have accents like appear on my ipad. Can that feature be added?
Most phones off the accent if you hold down the vowel. Does that work?
You could see if there is an option for Gaelic on your phone, or another language which uses accents, like Spanish.
He said: Tha sinn ag iarraigh stocainnean. Not: Tha sinn ag iarraigh cota. JS
Hey, the sound file definitely says còta. The only thing I can think of is that a bug caused the wrong file to play or that you have hovered over the word stocainnean in the options.
"ag iarraidh" not #ag iarraigh#
The 'g' will register as a typo because it's one letter off, so it might accept it but I think it's still wrong (unless it's an alternate spelling I don't know about)