How To Say – Pass Me the Salt in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

Table manners are some of the most underrated social skills. We don’t know why but people tend to forget what a big impact being kind may have on others. Showing a little respect and gratitude goes a long way in our books and we hope you feel the same way.

Taking the above into consideration, we thought it would be good for you to learn how to say “Pass me the salt” in Irish Gaelic through the help of the following pronunciation video. Maybe you’re at the dinner table with your Irish relatives or friends and you want to impress them with some Irish phrases? Whatever the reason may be, the following Irish pronunciation video will teach you how to say “pass me the salt” in Irish.

How To Say – Pass Me the Salt in Irish Gaelic

How to say “pass me the salt” in Irish Gaelic

Pass me the salt

Sín chugam an salann

/Sheen hug-um on sol-on/

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

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3 thoughts on “How To Say – Pass Me the Salt in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)”

  1. Your video assistance with pronunciation is most helpful Keep it up. At some point in the near future I hope to be able to sign up for your courses; not possible at present with too many other pressing commitments. Thanks for your continued contact.

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