Translation:I do not need to learn anything else.
The following was marked wrong: 'I don't need anything else to learn' (meaning 'That's enough work for me') as opposed to the correct response 'I do not need to learn anything else' (meaning 'I know enough'). The emphasis changes depending which phrase ('anything else'/'to learn') immediately follows 'need'. Does Irish draw such distinctions?
Irish doesn't have a verb for "need", or "have" or "own". It uses other verbal structures to achieve the same end. The verb teastaigh that is used in this exercise means "Be wanted, needed" with the preposition ó used to indicate who wants or needs something (the subject in English, but not in Irish).