The answer is "portuguesas" because this adjective is referring to "nosotras" (feminine):
We live in Dublin but we are Portuguese.
No problem Hans.
Could you say: Me encantan los quesos y las tartas franceses - i.e. both the masculine quesos and feminine tartas when combined take the masculine franceses? Or do you have to double the adjective and correctly genderize it (is that even a verb)?
I am still confused, why isn't the answer portugeses?
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