"A cleaner is in the school."
Translation:Tha glanadair anns an sgoil.
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The similarity is coincidental: glanadair is an agent noun derivation from glan 'clean (both as a verb and adjective)' so quite literally a 'cleaner', while English janitor is a borrowing, derived from Latin iānitor, a similarly agentive formation from iānua 'door' → 'doorkeeper'.
Yep. The word san is being taught in Tree 2, so it's been added to the hints. I can't guarantee that it will be accepted for all the sentences in Tree 1, but if you try and use it and it doesn't get accepted, submit a report and we'll add it to the accepted translations :)