Learning a new language in ‘bitesize’ portions is probably the best way to get accustomed to that language, and after some practice even fluent (depending on your desire to learn). That’s one of the reasons why we started doing the Irish pronunciation videos that cover tiny Irish lessons.
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Today, we’re going to help you learn how to pronounce some of the most used (day-to-day) words. Watching the following Irish Pronunciation video and learning how to say “House” and “Apartment” in Irish Gaelic will definitely allow you to grow your Irish vocabulary and to take part in basic Irish conversations.
How To Say – “House” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)
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How to say “House” in Irish Gaelic
Tá mé i mo chónaí i dteach.
/Taw may i muh kho-nee ih jokh/
I live in a house.
Tá mé i mo chónaí in árasán.
/Taw may i muh kho-nee in aw-rah-sawn/
I live in an apartment.
4 thoughts on “How To Say – “House” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)”
Excellent – are the classes all on line? kind regards,
Hi Fiona, we do have calls for GROW members, and yes they are all online. Please find out more here: https://www.bitesize.irish/memberships/
I live in a caravan. I wonder what the word for caravan would be. It’s a fifth wheel travel trailer.
Thank you for writing to us.
Let me find this out for you and we will post the answer here.