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    Do many escorts speak Irish?

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    Simple answer — No!
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    they could say a word or two :P but sometimes English is limited (im never complaining)

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishlad009 View Post
    they could say a word or two :P but sometimes English is limited (im never complaining)
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    But me not knowing no fuckal at all.
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    Being English myself i found out that alot of Irish do not want to learn the Irish language, what use is it to anyone, no one really uses it except a few in Galway, even Des bishop had a hard time with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by knibbs View Post
    Being English myself i found out that alot of Irish do not want to learn the Irish language, what use is it to anyone, no one really uses it except a few in Galway, even Des bishop had a hard time with it
    There are also small pockets of Irish speakers in Donegal, Kerry(Dingle), Cork(Ballyvourney), a small pocket i. Ring, Co. Waterford and Rathcarn, Meath(transplanted from Connamara in the1930s.Also there are many enthusiasts who use Irish amongst themselves in Dublin and other areas.
    Unfortunately the Gaeltacht areas are declining in speakers and will probably continue to do so, due to the overpowering influence of English and young people leaving these areas in search of employment.
    For a lot of people(not for all of course), the Irish language is important as as a national symbol and part of the fabric of what makes Ireland Irish.... just as England has its symbols..... red roses, Royal Family etc.
    And there are some practical uses that some people have made of Irish, broadcasters/presenters have made careers on TG4 and R na G, some have then gone on to English language jobs.
    It also provides employment for teachers, translators etc.
    A cost benefit analysis on Irish language policy might come up short, but then it is easy to know the cost of everything and the value of nothing.
    And Irish, don't kid yourselves using the argument that we should be learning
    other, more useful foreign languages instead...... you would be as poor at learning/mastering such languages as you are at Irish ;-)
    A basic knowledge of Gaelic also gives you an understanding of the origins of things like placenames in Ireland and the Scottish Highland and even some insight into the meaning of many Irish fore and surnames.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alcatel View Post
    There are also small pockets of Irish speakers in Donegal, Kerry(Dingle), Cork(Ballyvourney), a small pocket i. Ring, Co. Waterford and Rathcarn, Meath(transplanted from Connamara in the1930s.Also there are many enthusiasts who use Irish amongst themselves in Dublin and other areas.
    Unfortunately the Gaeltacht areas are declining in speakers and will probably continue to do so, due to the overpowering influence of English and young people leaving these areas in search of employment.
    For a lot of people(not for all of course), the Irish language is important as as a national symbol and part of the fabric of what makes Ireland Irish.... just as England has its symbols..... red roses, Royal Family etc.
    And there are some practical uses that some people have made of Irish, broadcasters/presenters have made careers on TG4 and R na G, some have then gone on to English language jobs.
    It also provides employment for teachers, translators etc.
    A cost benefit analysis on Irish language policy might come up short, but then it is easy to know the cost of everything and the value of nothing.
    And Irish, don't kid yourselves using the argument that we should be learning
    other, more useful foreign languages instead...... you would be as poor at learning/mastering such languages as you are at Irish ;-)
    A basic knowledge of Gaelic also gives you an understanding of the origins of things like placenames in Ireland and the Scottish Highland and even some insight into the meaning of many Irish fore and surnames.
    I can speak fluent Spanish, french but Irish I have no interest in learning, most Irish cant even speak their own language which is a pity in a way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belfastgent84 View Post
    Do many escorts speak Irish?
    Quite a few will know the word Slainte!
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    i tried posting 10 times in forums but still can send emails?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishJR View Post
    i tried posting 10 times in forums but still can send emails?
    Spamming does not count!



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    Does any know if there's a Muster webcam lady call Debbie?
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