How To Say – Irish Gaelic Tongue Twisters (VIDEO)

How To Say - Irish Gaelic Tongue Twisters (VIDEO)

There are many ways one can have some fun while learning the Irish language. Some people may prefer reading funny anecdotes or even comic books in Irish, while others can enjoy themselves by discovering Irish Gaelic tongue twisters.

It’s curious how something so small like a word game can make us feel better, right? If you’re learning Irish Gaelic, which isn’t exactly the easiest language to pick up, having some fun will help you relax, and not make the learning process a chore. That’s why some innocent Irish Gaelic tongue twisters should fit right in your schedule to learn Irish.

Take a step back from the Irish Gaelic lessons and have some fun with the following Irish language tongue twisters. It’s up to you what word games you come up, but please let us know in the comments section.

How To Say – Irish Gaelic Tongue Twisters (VIDEO)

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How to say Irish Gaelic Tongue Twisters

rabhlóg
/row-lohg/

casfhocal
/koss-uk-ul/

rabhlóga
/row-lohg-ah/
or
casfhocail
/koss-uk-el/

Tongue twisters

Is deacair stoca a stracadh trasna.
/Iss jak-ur stuk-ah ah strok-ah trass-nah/
It’s hard to tear a stocking across.

Please check the video description on YouTube for the full list of tongue twisters featured above.

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Comments

  1. john f mccartney says:

    would you ask that clever Galway girl if she would say the creed in Irish?

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