Before the Internet became such an important thing for us all, we would have to buy local guides if we wanted to travel to somewhere and needed to know how to get around or how to ask some basic questions, basically to interact with people who didn’t speak your language.
But nowadays you can look up stuff online and even learn how to ask for stuff before you go on your trip. For example, if you’re going to visit the Gaeltacht areas in Ireland (where Irish Gaelic is still spoken), you’ll want to learn some basic phrase in case… you know, need to ask for a cold pint of beer or run to the nearest bathroom.
You could risk it and ask for it in English, but it’s better to play it safe. The following Irish pronunciation video will teach you a basic Irish phrase – How to ask “Where are the Toilets”.
How To Say – “Where Are the Toilets?” in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)
How to ask Where are the toilets? in Irish Gaelic
Where are the toilets?
Cá bhfuil na leithris?
/Kaw will nah leh-rish?/
Dia duit! Siobhán here from Bitesize Irish Gaelic. I speak a Connaught dialect.
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