Every time I get this sentence in review, this song pops into my head.
I am glad I'm not the only one!!
Yep me too
It only happens for me if the feeling's right.
I wrote "I run towards you" and it was marked incorrect.
Be sure to report it as an error.
You're supposed to write what you hear without translating it.
Not necessarily. The same sentence shows up in multiple question formats. This discussion page is for the sentence in any of its question formats.
In some case I heard <ch> as /ç/. Is there any rule when to pronounce it like /x/ or like /ç/?
Yes one (ç) is for slender ch, the other for broad.
Is chugat different from chugaibh? They both mean to you? Or is one plural?
yes, chugat is 'to you' singular (chuig + tú = chugat); whereas, chugaibh is 'to you' plural (chuig + sibh = chugaibh).