I got "Another correct solution: Tha am piobar sgoinneil."
Is piobar another way of spelling piobair?
I keep seeing brilliant as a descriptor. Does this mean something like "the pepper is spectacular"? Surely the pepper isn't shining, is it?
yes. Spectacular, excellent, wonderful. You get the idea.
We'd never say that in English!
We use the word 'brilliant' in Scotland (in English!) to describe anything at all that's fantastic/wonderful/awesome/amazing,etc
would sgoinneil approximate "Bold" for some in the context of pepper color or spice? tha mi a faicinn "spectacular " above.
Would this "sgoinneil" ever be synonymous with the word for spicy, in relation to Piobar?
So why the articles in this lesson all of a sudden?
Because this is the skill in which we teach the articles :)
Why 'am' piobhar?
Because piobhar begins with P, which is one of those funny Gàidhlig rules. :)