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" madra, cat agus coinín agam."

Translation:I have a dog, a cat and a rabbit.

September 9, 2014

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https://www.duolingo.com/profile/ZoneDog1

... and i need to get the four of us across a river, but my only means of crossing is a raft that is just big enough for me to carry one animal at a time. if left unattended, the cat will kill the rabbit, and the dog will kill the cat and/or the rabbit; however, as long as i am with the animals, i can prevent the dog and the cat from attacking ...


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/faceofyellow

That is unsolvable unless the dog only kills the cat


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/ElegantHope

I feel like this sentence isn't going to end well for the three animals. :P


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/JustusRobi3

I misspelled "cat" as "cot" and the system accepted it without even saying it was a 'typo'. This mistake has happened to me repeatedly, where a misspelling is accepted without it even being stated to be a 'typo'.


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/HannahReal3

Why is this "agam"?


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/19O492554

Tá madra, cat agus coinín agam - "I have a dog, a cat and a rabbit"
Tá madra, cat agus coinín agat - "You have a dog, a cat and a rabbit"
Tá madra, cat agus coinín aige - "He has a dog, a cat and a rabbit"
Tá madra, cat agus coinín aici - "She has a dog, a cat and a rabbit"
Tá madra, cat agus coinín againn - "We have a dog, a cat and a rabbit"
Tá madra, cat agus coinín agaibh - "You guys have a dog, a cat and a rabbit"
Tá madra, cat agus coinín acu - "They have a dog, a cat and a rabbit"
Tá madra, cat agus coinín ag Pól - "Paul has a dog, a cat and a rabbit"
Tá madra, cat agus coinín ag an gcailín - "The girl has a dog, a cat and a rabbit"

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