I couldn't understand the accent so got it wrong
What word(s) did you have trouble understanding? The pronunciation sounds fine to me.
The verb "a' faighinn" was very difficult to understand.
Since it played twice this lesson...I think it's how the 'n' from Iain flows into the 'a' from the verb. It almost sounds like the two are one word. Don't know if that makes sense.
I had the same problem — Iain a' faighinn sounds like a single word. But learning languages, I have the same problem trying to parse people in real life, so I find this sort of thing useful :-)
What would it be if 'Iain is getting sheep?'
caoraich is plural sheep, so tha Iain a’ faighinn caoraich
nearly all the other answers use the plural as a possible answer in this context, it gives "sheep" as an answer in the hints, but not accepted here - why not in this case - i know well that caoraich is plural, but in the case of genera; sheep?
I've put that exact phrase in three times and it says it's wrong
Now I understand why everyone hates Iain: he facilitated the Fuadaichean nan Gàidheal