Why is "i" for it and not "e"?
The weather is feminine
There is no comma in gaelic? Because I wrote the exact translation of this sentence, with no mispelling or grammar errors, but with a comma before "ach" and it was put as a wrong answer :(
Duolingo doesn’t care about the punctuation so you must have something else wrong (or encountered some software problem). It certainly didn’t reject your answer because of a comma.
Can you also say: tha i fuar ach chan eil fliuch (it is cold, but not wet)?
I dont understand when you put i in
As Mariesflying explained in the answer to me above, the weather is always feminine so a literal translation would ‘she is...’
Tha e would be for he is.