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

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The following Irish Gaelic pronunciation video will show you how to say “Tomorrow” using the Irish language but also how to create several sentences using this word.

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

How to say “Tomorrow” in Irish Gaelic

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Amárach an Luan.
/am-aw-rukh on loon/
Tomorrow is Monday.

Tiocfaidh mé amárach.
/Chuk-ee may am-aw-rukh/
I’ll come tomorrow.

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