Translation:Will the teacher answer her question?
I feel like I may have asked this before, but how does one know that it is "her question" and not "his question?"
What is the audible clue that the teacher is answering "her question" as opposed to "the question" since often the definite article is pronounced as just "a"? This was presented as a "type what you hear".
In this case it's easy. Ceist is feminine and it therefor would be "an cheist" and you would hear the lenited form clearly.
Tuigim anois. If I could just hear now what the speaker would say to distinguish between "an cheist" and "a cheist", the lesson would be complete.