Isn't "I will run and then I will eat" what this actually says? It was marked wrong.
I would expect that to also be accepted. The future tense in Gaelic is used for both the the present habitual and the future tense.
Except that it isn't accepted. If it can be used both ways, how do we know which they want us to use?
I also tried, "I will run and then I will eat" and it got marked wrong.
Not sure about the Gaelic equivalent of 'then' here. Shouldn't it be 'an dèidh sin', i.e. 'then' in the sense of 'afterwards'?
How do I say “I will be running then I will be eating?
In other words it’s a one off
I run and then I eat should be accepted as habitual.
I have to repeat "I" twice? I can't say, "I run, then eat."?