"My sisters are different."
Translation:Tá mo dheirfiúracha difriúil.
I just typed "predicative vs attributive adjectives" into one of the main search engines.
Here are the first 3 answers:
Attributive and predicative adjectives | Lexico
Attributive and Predicative Adjectives @ The Internet Grammar of English
Attributive and Predicative Adjectives | English Grammar B1 Level
These all explain the difference between a predicative adjective and an attributive in English.
In Irish, an adjective that is used attributively (an attributive adjective) agrees with its noun in case, number and gender - that means that adjectives have plural forms and genitive forms and are lenited to indicate gender. But an adjective that is used predicatively (a predicative adjective) doesn't change - you just use the basic form of the adjective. Understanding whether an adjective is being used attributively (an attributive adjective) or predicatively (a predicative adjective) helps you to understand the difference between tá na mná déanach and tá na mná déanacha ag teacht, and why the form of the adjective changes.
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