"There are other planets and stars in the universe."
Translation:Tá pláinéid agus réaltaí eile sa chruinne.
Can an adjective like eile apply to more than one noun connected by agus ? Or would pláinéid need its own eile to translate the usual English meaning?
To answer my own question eleven months later, the FGB has Aistí agus ealaíona nua for “new arts and crafts”, so presuming that the English translation has its usual meaning of “new arts and new crafts”, one Irish adjective can also apply to multiple nouns connected by agus — and since the adjective could also theoretically apply only to the nearest noun, the phrase could potentially be ambiguous in both languages.
And it's a pity they ate usually gibberish, as you can often guess the correct answer rarher than really differentiate right from wrong.
The multiple choice had "Tá pláinéid ithim réaltaí eile sa chruinne." What would that mean? Or is it just gibberish?
The wrong answers in the "Mark All Correct" exercises are usually gibberish - what made you think that this one would be any different?