"They do not feel that they are welcome."
Translation:Ní mhothaíonn siad go bhfuil fáilte rompu.
Starting a relative clause is often done by using a - and as 'they are welcome' is translated with 'tá fáilte rompu' - I thought I had to use 'atá fáilte rompu' here. Instead, for the correct answer go is used this time (with the eclipsed autonomous form of tá - bhfuil).
Since relative clauses are not explained in the course, could anyone tell me why this is, and perhaps even when to use which form? Could my option be correct as well? It's pretty confusing :-)
Go raibh maith agaibh!