"Tha an nathair agam."

Translation:I have the snake.

July 24, 2020

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I want to say I really appreciate having this speaker (the older, harder to understand one) included - sure, it sometimes takes time and mistakes to puzzle out what sounds their accent makes that might be different to others', but I think it's preparing us really well for the possible variations in accents. I'd hate to learn all that this course teaches and then go out and listen to native speakers and find I still have absolutely no idea what a bunch of them are saying.


I heard a d sound so the snake never got a look it and might not on the repeat :)


Could this also be 'my snake is...'?

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