"Sia mucan."

Translation:Six pigs.

January 1, 2020



Hey, check out the notes for that skill here: https://www.duome.eu/tips/en/gd


How do you turn off American predictive text. It is cho irritating and wastes cho much time manually correcting it. Tha mi cho greannach.


It's in a settings menu -- the one for your web browser if you're on a computer, or in your phone keyboard if you're using the phone app. The menu icon might show up as a gear icon, or a string of dots, or a stack of three lines.


The pronunciation by the speaker sounds like "moos cun" to me. my question is why the c sounds like an "s". Is this dialect?


Sia mhuc or sia mucan?

What is the rule for using the leniated mhuc (in dà mhuc) vs the plural? form mucan?


Aon and dà require lenited singular mhuc and then trì onwards requires unlenited plural mucan


What are the rules for how words become plural, please? So far, I've seen bata become bataichean, piseag become piseagan, muc become mucan (apolies for lack of accents). What's the rule? Is there one? Why does bata end up bataichean, but piseag and muc just get -an added? Thanks!


If I remember rightly there is an explanation of this in the grammar notes for the course.


I can't see anything in the notes for this module. It ends with a headline-sized "Tha mi duilich (I am sorry)" almost as if there should be another section, but there's nothing after it.


Ah, detailed explanation of plurals is found in travel. We didn't want to get in to how plurals are formed at that stage, just when they should be used. Hope that makes sense.

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