“Are manufactured” would be a possibility, but “are made” would have required Déantar.
"Cars are manufactured in Germany" was declined, so I've reported it. Unless of course I'm wrong, in which case I'm more than happy to be corrected.
For some reason, my brain thought "Carrots are produced in Germany." was a perfectly logical sentence.
Well, we also grow lots of carrots here, so your intuition isn't wrong at all... but sadly it won't help you with this irish course....
I'm positive the speaker say 'tairgitear' with the accent on the second 'i'. Don't tell me it is regional!!!!
I'm not sure what you're hearing. The speaker has a small helping vowel in between the g and the t but it's definitely unstressed. Her pronunciation of the verb is exactly correct, with the stress on the first syllable.