how do I know when the Irish word for money is to be spelled "airgead" or "airgid"? I keep getting caught up on that.
Read Scilling's comment here. It does a good job explaining when you'd use the genitive form airgid.
Go raibh maith agat, that is very helpful indeed.
They earn cheddar and they buy cheese.
One of the best reasons to earn money
saothraíonn could also be used instead of tuileann
I used saothraíonn and it was incorrect yet it is in focloir.ie
Duolingo is designed to teach you a basic but functional vocabulary, not to test you on vocabulary that isn't included in the course. You can use the Report option to request that an alternative answer be added.
How when I type in the correct answer I get told it is incorrect?