I have trouble knowing when to use gle vs. gu math. Any suggestions?
Duo uses very for glè and really for gu math.
Also tha i or tha ... ann. I was thinking that calm was referring to weather and so used the latter
I can't speak in general, but for this course, use glè when the English is very and gu math when it's really.
What is the difference between gu math and gu mòr? I like that we are starting to find synonyms and subtle differences of meaning.
Why not 'S e gu math ciuin a th' ann?
What you've suggested would define it as calm, rather than describe it as calm. Defining something as calm would suggest a level of permanence, in my opinion.
What is the difference between gu math and dìreach? Are they interchangeable or is there a rule when to use one or the other?
dìreach is translated as just, not really, at least in this course.