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How to say “I’m glad to hear that” in Irish

Here is a much awaited new addition to our How to Say series.

In this video, you’ll learn how to tell someone that you’re glad to hear something.

Tá áthas orm é sin a chloisteáil. 
/Taw aw-hus ur-um ay shin ah khluish-taw-il/
I’m glad to hear that.

Now, let’s break that sentence down:

Tá áthas orm. 
/Taw aw-hus ur-um/
I’m glad.
a chloisteáil 
/ah khluish-taw-il/
to hear
to hear (infinitive)

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