To kill him/her and steal his/her identity, clearly.
to tax him/her more :D
To marry for residency
How can both be correct?
How can both of what be correct?
I do not quite understand how there can be 2 correct responses to an exercise.
If the second correct response was Tá saoránach uaibh, then it would also be correct because tá … uaibh corresponds to the plural “you want …”.
Sometimes a single expression in one language can match more than one expression in another language. But there's nothing in this discussion to show what "both" you are talking about - we can only see a single response listed.