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How To Say – It’s Springtime in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

You would say that Irish people don’t have strong feelings about Winter or Spring since Ireland’s weather isn’t that diversified. That’s not true, though! The Irish love Spring as much as the next person since it’s the time when nature wakes up from the cold slumber and things are (at least) apparently getting done faster.

If you ever visit Ireland in Springtime you’ll find out that the weather isn’t too cold but not too hot either.

When visiting Ireland’s landscapes during Spring or Summer you may want to bring a raincoat and suncream since the weather may be unpredictable. Some may find this to be annoying but we find the Irish temperate climate to be great… we mean, that’s why everything is GREEN around here, right?

How To Say – It’s Springtime in Irish Gaelic

If you wanted to visit Ireland in the Spring, why not learn a “Bitesize” portion of the Irish language? In this Irish pronunciation video, we’re going to teach you how to say “It’s Springtime” in Irish Gaelic.

How to say It’s Springtime in Irish Gaelic

It’s Springtime!

Tá an tEarrach linn!

/Taw on tar-rock lyinn/

Dia duit! Siobhán here from Bitesize Irish Gaelic. I speak a Connaught dialect.

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3 thoughts on “How To Say – It’s Springtime in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)”

  1. john mccartney

    I just have about giving up on trying to find an english-irish dictionary which gives the phonetic prounciation of the irish. Can you help? Sean Macartaine/ John Mc cartney

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