How To Say – “Left” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

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How To Say – “Left” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

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How to say “left” in Irish Gaelic

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ar chlé
/air khlay/
Left (on the left), as in a position that is the opposite of right.

Tá an teach buí ar chlé.
/Tay on chokh bwee air khlay/
The yellow house is to the left.

left, past tense of “to leave”

D’fhág sé an teach.
/Dawg shay on chokh/
He left the house.

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