"An ólfá cupán tae dá ndéanfadh sí é duit?"
Translation:Would you drink a cup of tea if she made it for you?
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Should, "would you drink a cup of tea if she would make it for you?" be a correct translation?
It is a little surprising to have more natural sounding but less literal translations in this module; it seems to run counter to the rest of the course that uses more literal translations (presumably to ensure that we pick up on the specific Irish grammar and meaning even when it isn't apparent in a more everyday translation).
Its very very annoying because in one example they dont allow the natural way of saying it wndnyou have to say "if they were not interested" instead of "if they had no interest", becauae technically its not the past tense of have. But here they accept the natural "made" and not the more akward but in my opinion also correct teanslation.
If youre going for legendary its fairly annoying as you only get three lives.