"I am famous, are you?"
Translation:Táim cáiliúil, an bhfuil tú?
Within a relative clause (i + subject):
Dochtúir atá ionam. = I am a doctor.
("a doctor, that is in-me", meaning: "...whose function is in me")
So relative would mean, that you would have to compare yourself to another noun, not adjective. One solution could be:
"Bean cháiliúil atá ionam" = There is a famous woman in me.
classification clauses without the copula: often by temporary or recently attained functions / professions
tá mé i mo dhochtuir = I am a doctor ("in my being a doctor"),
tá tú i do fhear anois = Now, you are a man ("in your manhood")
Additional adjectives are here then always lenited (...mhaith), different than by a definition of a function at the beginning of a sentence:
dochtuir maith atá ionam = I am a good doctor,
by non-pronomial forms always in (without eclipsis)
dochtuir atá in Bríd = Bríd is a doctor