"Siúlaimid libh gach lá."
Translation:We walk with you every day.
The Irish course is still in a test phase. Not all the errors have been corrected, and they're still working on things. That's what Beta is.
May I suggest that Duolingo accept ye, youse, y'all, you'uns, yinn, and all the other words learners suggest? It should be obvious that we NEED a plural you in English! (Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know that You IS the plural form--bring back thou!)
I'm not sure where the "with" comes from in this sentence. I read it as "we walk, you every day" It seems implied but why don't we use the word? Thanks