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

One of the best ways of learning Irish is to start slow, at your own pace. For example, you can start learning the easiest words or the most used words, depending on your learning style. After that you can try and use those words in sentences.

The thing is that everyone has their own learning “ritual” so there isn’t any “100% guaranteed method of learning”. We’re focusing on giving you the right materials and making your Irish learning journey to be a smooth as possible. If you want to start learning Irish Gaelic by pronouncing some of the most usual words, you can start with the following Irish pronunciation video.

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

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How to say “Today” in Irish Gaelic

/in-yuh/ Connacht or /in-yuv/ Munster or /in-yew/ Ulster

Tá an aimsir go deas inniu.
/Taw on am-sher guh jass in-yuh/
The weather is nice today.

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  1. Just a suggestion, not sure if your able to or not, but you guys should make a mobile app as well. Maybe something that has that free starters stuff to try out, but the rest is all subscribe and so on, like your regular site. You might even be able to connect them if possible.

    Not saying you have to, just a suggestion, but “Go raibh maith agat!” for hearing me out and for all the sacrifice you have put out into all of this website. “Le do thoil” continue to keep up the good work.