I wrote 'across' as well - and was marked incorrect even though the word appeared in the hints.
What am I missing? What differentiates sall from anonn? Chuaigh mo chara sall anuraidh. Chuaigh na daoine anonn go Londain
In this sentence, sall is interchangeable with anonn. (Anonn can also be used for “late” or “advanced”, e.g. anonn sa saol, which I don’t think is possible with sall.)
If "anonn" implies movement toward the speaker, is that contradictory with the use of "chuaigh" (instead of "tháinig")?
anonn is 'over, to the other side', so it implies direction away from the speaker. anall is towards
Man, this lesson is crazy hard. I was going from the tips & notes: "In the case of the former, most of the forms begin with the letter A e.g. anuas down and aníos up, both carrying the sense of movement toward the speaker." I guess anonn is an exception.