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  5. "Chan eil mi ann an Sealtainn…

"Chan eil mi ann an Sealtainn."

Translation:I am not in Shetland.

April 20, 2020



Why not I'm.... instead of I am...


Same as above. Right answer but saying im writing in english


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Thank you!


That is what I put. Where was the mistake?!


Without you telling us exactly what you put, nobody can answer you for sure. You might have made a typo, or if the exercise was a listening one – you might have put English translation instead of expected Gaelic sentence that you heard.


I put the exact reply given by the computer. This has happened before in other examples. I have checked my answer minutely and there were no typos. I think it is just a programming glitch.

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