As we head into a dark winter in Ireland, Eoin shares with you two relevant phrases to say in Irish Gaelic. He explains what each part of the phrase means. Discussion podcast about learning to speak Irish Gaelic (in English).
What you’ll hear:
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- How to say “It is cold” in Irish Gaelic.
- It’s written as: Tá sé fuar.
- It’s pronounced like: /Taw shay fuar./
- How to say “It is wet” in Irish Gaelic.
- It’s written as: Tá sé fliuch.
- It’s pronounced like: /Taw shay flyukh./
Mentioned in the show
- Our Bitesize Lesson “Talking about the weather” takes you through ways of expressing yourself in Irish Gaelic.
- If you’re not yet a member of Bitesize Irish Gaelic, start today with a free trial (or signup now if you already took a free trial).
- Podcast Episode 6 with Felicity on how life goes on through winter on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland.
- The Bitesize Method
- Our video: Throaty sounds of Irish Gaelic
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