Valentine’s Day should be a holiday that celebrates love and friendship. While we encourage you to share your feelings with those close to you all year long, not just on this day, we welcome it with open arms.
In a World where hate is sold like hot bread, a holiday celebrating love has to be respected to the word.
You can’t fight hate with more hate, you can only do it with love and acceptance. That’s why saying “I love you” to someone dear to your heart can mean a lot more in our days. But make sure you’re saying and meaning it.
This year why not celebrate Valentine’s Day in an interesting way? Tell your loved one how much they mean to you by using another language. Show them how your love transcends any barriers of language and culture. Watch the following Irish pronunciation video and learn how to say “I love you” in Irish Gaelic.
How To Say – I Love You in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)
How to say I love you in Irish Gaelic
Tá mé i ngrá leat.
I love you
(I’m in love with you)
/Taw may ih ngraw lyat/
This is just one of many ways to say I love you.
Dia duit! Siobhán here from Bitesize Irish Gaelic. I speak a Connaught dialect.