Irish: Cé hé with indirect relatives and "I don't know" sentences
Normally, a direct relative would be used with "cé hé", but in the following sentence, we need to actually use an indirect relative instead since the preposition air refers back to cé hé, correct?
Níl a fhios agam cé hé ar chuir air cóta.
= I don't know who put a coat on.
Chuir Séan air cóta.
= Shawn put a coat on.