This would actually be one of the phrases one would use a lot.
I feel you're more likely to hear i ndáiríre in this case rather than go fírinneach, however.
So, you'd use "i ndairire" in the case of, not really believing what another one just said? And when would you use "go firinneach"?
Go fírinneach seems to be more of an adverb meaning “honestly” or “truthfully” than an interjection analogous to “Really?” (if this exercise was intended to express an interjection).
I ndáiríre píre!
It comes from the word truth, so truthfully should be accepted in addition to really.
Surely 'Honestly ' could be accepted
Why isn't “For real?“ accepted?
What's wrong with "truthfully"?
i am wondering if the intonation is correct with the rising pitch.
one teacher stressed that pitch should not rise on questions.