Collins Irish Grammar error?

Latest post Sun, Apr 7 2019 12:36 by LauraHuntORI. 1 replies.
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    Collins Irish Grammar error?

    in this grammar book it lists "ní bhrisfidh tú na rialacha aris" as being an example of the negative particle "ní" used in the present tense. it is translated as " you will not break the rules again". certainly this is an example of the future tense and not the present. "ní bhriseann tú na rialacha aris" -  you don't  break the rules again would be the statement in the present tense. isn't this true?

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    Re: Collins Irish Grammar error?

    Is fior an rud a deir tú.

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