How To Say – You’re Welcome in Irish Gaelic (VIDEO)

Being nice to other people should be something we all aim for. There are a lot of ways to do this but from what we discovered, the little things tend to matter in the long run. For example, telling someone you appreciate them, wishing them the best or saying “You’re welcome” after they thanked you for something can go a long way.

As you know, we’re always looking for ways to interact with the Bitesize community and we’re always answering your questions. We never fail to say “you’re welcome” after you get your Irish language answers so we thought it would be good for you, the Irish learner to find out how to say “You’re welcome” in Irish Gaelic.

As always, we’re doing it with the help of an Irish pronunciation video.

How To Say – You’re Welcome in Irish Gaelic

How to say you’re welcome in Irish Gaelic

You’re welcome

Tá fáilte romhat
/Taw fawil-cha roh-ot/

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

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