"He is not terrible, she is terrible!"
Translation:Chan eil e uabhasach, tha ise uabhasach!
I'm not sure why I never explained at the time, if I'm honest. You have to use the emphatic form of the pronouns when making comparisons such as above. In English, we don't have emphatic pronouns, but we do emphasise with our voices to have the same effect:
- He is not terrible, she is terrible!
So you can't use i in the above explain because you are comparing the '"she" to e - it has to be the emphatic she (ise ).