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

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

How to say “Yesterday” in Irish Gaelic

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Bhí sé fuar inné.
/Vee shay foor in-yay/
It was cold yesterday

Seo duit nuachtán an lae inné.
/Shuh ditch nookh-tawn on lay in-yay/
Here’s yesterday’s newspaper.
(literally, “This to you newspaper of the day yesterday)

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