Must be a pretty huge skirt, to require more than one girl to clean it.
Pól was wearing it. I won't embellish. :)
He must've eaten quite a bit while he was in the fridge, I suppose.
I think he might have eaten his way out. :)
It is the skirt on the mobile kiosk where their family's shop sells wine, bread, cheese and prizes.
Was it the skirt of a hovercraft ?
Is "wash" not acceptable?
I am wondering the same thing. Is there a different word for wash, and is it not colloquially used for cleaning clothes?
The Irish for "wash" is nigh.
You can clean something without washing it.
Glanann na cailíní an sciorta - "The girls clean the skirt"
Níonn na cailíní an sciorta - "The girls wash the skirt"
I wonder why duolingo never depicts boys or men cleaning clothes.
As far as I can tell, there is exactly one exercise that depicts anyone cleaning clothes.
Well it was most likely a girl who wore the skirt, so it seems only fair that she should clean it (maybe with the help of a girlfriend/sister.
I got a glitch. The exercise says "Type what you hear," not "Type the English translation," but when I type the Irish it marks it wrong & gives the correct answer in English.