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  5. "Cha toil leam Eilidh idir."

"Cha toil leam Eilidh idir."

Translation:I do not like Eilidh at all.

February 4, 2020



what has she done wrong to be unpopular


Not true of course! :-)


You don't mention idir you stop at eilidh why


In the food section you learn i like and i dontlike. They are combinding it with previous section


That speaker's Cha sounds to me exactly like Tha. The only reason for picking one or the other was the idir at the end. Is that the intention or am I hearing it wrong?


And now I got the same question a second time. I was rushing through and put Tha this time but it marked it as correct. Huh?

So it's not correct, is it? Or can it be?


cha is more guttural, so like you're coughing up something. listen to the word "loch". that huch sound is very slight, but still noticeable. tha is just ha

to sum up cha = hca tha = ha


My answer was identical to the correct one... why was it marked wrong

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