So the verb here is wrapped up in the 'tha?' its not like rhatbwith all the adjectives! Who can help?
"tha" and "chan eil" are both the present tense version of "to be", "tha" means "is" and "chan eil" means "is not".
The tips and notes are available at https://www.duome.eu/tips/en/gd and they are fantastic for starting off.