"Aren't you a musician now? Yes."
Translation:Nach e neach-ciùil a th' annad a-nis? 'S e.
This question had the word tiles to choose from, and I selected the response exactly as indicated but was marked as having a typo without the apostrophe after 'th'. I still got the answer correct, however, when word tiles are provided, there should either be an apostrophe included with 'th' or it shouldn't be marked as having a typo when there is no way to add one in, unless I use the keyboard and type the whole response in fully. I have had this exact same thing happen in the course previously, and while I was not penalized in any way, it's still irksome to get told I have a typo when it's not my fault. /end whinge
I've just now had another lesson with the same situation (word tiles and a response requiring 'th') and there was no typo recognized for doing the same thing. It seems random which times it's decided to mark it as a typo and which it's not. I'd rather not have to turn off the tiles until I'm more experienced in certain subjects though, but thanks for the suggestion. I didn't see this marked as a bug in any notes either, FWIW, and I check each lesson.
"Certain exercises in the course involving tiles often render words like a’ faireachdainn as: a faireachdainn This is due to how the code reads the apostrophe, and is a problem shared with other courses. Duolingo staff are working on a fix. The correct form with an apostrophe should always appear first - but please bear this in mind when tile challenges appear."
From the notes for the "Weather" skill.
We also know Duolingo doesn't always flag up single-letter errors or accent errors, which is annoying. That should probably be reported as a bug.