Agad is a combination of "thu" and "aig" meaning "at you".
These notes explain it in a lot more detail - https://www.duome.eu/tips/en/gd
If I wanted to say "Do you have a sheep?" would it be "A bheil caora agad?"
Tha gu dearbh!. (Yes, indeed!)
How would you say " you have sheep- plural?
Tha caoraich agad.
If I type in Gaelic by accident please don't count it wrong. Tell me i did it in the wrong language so i can fix it! Please
Hi Kathy, this forum is looked after by SG team volunteers.
This would involve a change in Duo software so I’m afraid we couldn’t help with this. You could post in the main Duolingo forum.
You can redo it when it gives you the same sentence again at the end. The computer software doesn't know what you meant-- it can only compare users' responses to its database of correct answers.
How do you say "We have" or "they have"?
Why is it not "Tha thu caora agad?"
I don't understand how it becomes you otherwise
That sentence would mean "You are your sheep."
Analyzed word for word, Tha caora agad = “exist + a sheep + at-you”.
The use of "agad" is how you know. "Agam" is for first person. There are notes online. They have helped me a lot. Otherwise I was learning by my mistakes before I found them.