Grr I keep forgetting about the 'a' part!
Is anyone else having trouble with this??
I was too
Why in this case is was used teat and not leibh?
You would be very unlikely to be formal with your brother.
Calling your brother, brother isn't exactly informal.
brother; the hardest word EVER!
Just call people Bráh
Its just father but with a Br/Bhr :)
I'm just wondering if anyone else got this wrong because of dyslexia?
Duolingo is definitely not a good fit for dyslexics or bad spellers. My sympathies and good luck.
(Speaking of which, those are two phrases that they haven't taught in the "phrases" section. Such a shame)
Once again my entries are being corrected before I complete them! This is extremely frustrating, I am a fast typist so it is not a question of time, sometimes I have only types a single letter when the entry is marked wrong!
Worth reporting as a bug or putting this in troubleshooting. Gaelic contributors have no way to solve this.
I would be interested to know if others are experiencing the same!
I've noticed sometimes the "r" get's pronounced as a "th". is there a rule for when that happens?
What is the pronunciation of the Gaelic word of brother? I have earphones in but i still cant figure it out
Bràthair ['bra:həɹ] - essentially "braa-he(r)", here it is lenited, however; bhràthair ['vra:həɹ] - "vraa-he(r)".
I had written the correct answer yet it was wrong?
Way too hard!