Why can't 'céard é do chuspóir' be used here as a correct answer? Isn't céard the same as cad?
They don't have it accepted in every question yet. Please report it if you see it.
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Why couldn't Cad í do chuspóir? be acceptable too? They both mean it, is gender really relevant here?
This is a copular question, so é refers to cuspóir (which is masculine).
When the gender is indeterminate, Irish uses é.
Why not "Cad atá do chuspóir"? I assume the correct one has to do with using An Chopail, but I'm not sure why An Chopail must be used over "atá..."
It’s an identificational copular question, so a conjugation of bí wouldn’t be used to ask it.