We always learned "geimreadh" as "giv-roo".What dialect is this pronunciation from?
You can compare the pronunciation of geimhreadh in the major dialects here.
(Somewhat) unrelated, how do you do a link like that?
Put the text that you’d like to appear in the comment between brackets, and put the associated link in parentheses directly following the closing bracket, e.g. [Duolingo](https://www.duolingo.com/) for Duolingo.
You are extremely helpfull.
Cool! Does that mean comments use markdown formatting?
Yes — or at least a large subset of Markdown.
Note that the forum software here has trouble with ampersands; you’ll need to use a URL shortener to embed a link with ampersands in it.
Although for awareness, if you leave the full URL visible in the comment, it works for people on apps ... The Markdown version doesn't (writing in Feabhra 2021)
Should "autumn" also be an acceptable answer instead of "fall"?
Worked for me
Hmmm. Maybe I'd written "autumn" instead of "the autumn".
Since articles are supposed to accompany seasons in Irish, both “autumn” and “the autumn” should be accepted for an fómhar.
"Geimhreadh" sounds like the Munster dialect from what I've gather from other audio. Connacht and Ulster both have that v sound.
sounds fine to me