Introducing Yourself in Irish Language
|Munster||Dia dhuit||jee-ah gwit|
|Ulster||Dia duit||jee-ah ditch|
|Connacht||Dia dhuit||jee-ah gwit|
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Literally "God be with you"
|Munster||Dia is Muire dhuit||jee-ah iss mwir-ah gwit|
|Ulster||Dia is Muire duit||jee-ah iss mwir-ah ditch|
|Connacht||Dia is Muire dhuit||jee-ah iss mwir-ah gwit|
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Response to "Dia dhuit". Literally means "God and Mary be with you"
What is your name?
|Munster||Cad is ainm duit?||cod iss an-um dit?|
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My name is Seán
Seán is ainm dom
Do you speak Irish?
An bhfuil Gaeilge agat?
Do you speak French?
An bhfuil Fraincís agat?
I have a couple of words = I can speak a little.
Tá cúpla focal agam.
How are you?
Conas atá tú?
Tá mé ceart go leor.
I'm not getting on well
Tá ag éirí go dona liom
Tá fearg orm
Bye for now
Slán go fóill
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