When you’re travelling the World or meeting people from other countries, you will always have the chance to let people know where are you from (your country or nationality). This allows the people you’re talking to know you a bit better and to start the conversation.
It really depends on how you let people know where you’re from, but if you’re Irish, believe that our language is beautiful and want others to know it (and maybe start learning it) why not recommend yourself using Irish Gaelic instead of English or other languages (at least at first).
That will allow other people to come in contact with the Irish language and, who knows, maybe start learning one or two phrases.
How To Say – “I’m Irish” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)
How to say “I’m Irish” in Irish Gaelic
Is Éireannach mé
/Iss Ey-ran-ukh mey/
I’m Irish (I’m an Irishman/woman)
an Irish person