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    Default Fáilte go dtí go léir

    Julia, agus le foireann uile Ad eile, fáilte roimh an chuid Ghaeilge.
    Is é Ná bí cuthaileach, google translate gné iontach.


    Julia, and all the other Ad staff, welcome to the Irish language section.
    Don't be shy, google translate is a wonderful feature.

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    cead míle fállte do gach duine

    thousand welcomes to everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr gear View Post
    cead míle fállte do gach duine

    thousand welcomes to everyone
    I think that should be a hundred thousand welcomes.
    The Truth is out there.

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    your right wcl ...thats google translate 4 you its not 100 % correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forrest View Post
    Julia, agus le foireann uile Ad eile, fáilte roimh an chuid Ghaeilge.
    Is é Ná bí cuthaileach, google translate gné iontach.


    Julia, and all the other Ad staff, welcome to the Irish language section.
    Don't be shy, google translate is a wonderful feature.
    Excellent idea to have an Irish language section. I've lived in Ireland for nearly ten years now, I've always been suprised how little the native language is used in everyday conversation (I know it depends on where you live).
    I have tried to learn a few words and phrases but as an English speaker i find it a very difficult language to learn, the Irish names get me every time !
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    ionacht an rud e go bhfuil gaeilge a laibhairt agaibh, ach bhfuil gaeilge liofa ag daoine mar ni bhionn goggle ceart an t-am ar fad.

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    Níl mé líofa, ach mo iarracht is fearr

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    Tá tú ag deanamh go maith. Tá mise in an gaeilge a laibhairt ach níl mé in an é scriobh ró mhaith.

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    ar a laghad, go bhfuil muid ag iarraidh

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    Inis dom faoi é!

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