People have different ways of showing love on Valentine’s Day. Some people think this day is just an excuse for retailers to sell more, others don’t mind buying gifts for this occasion, while others see it as an opportunity to share their love.
It doesn’t really matter in which category you find yourself, as long as you show your love to those who are close to you and do your best to have a growth mindset and acknowledge your partner’s role in your life. We agree that there’s no perfect relationship, but on this Valentine’s Day, we’re going to show you how to share your love using the Irish language.
Is your partner learning Irish Gaelic? Maybe he is trying to connect to his Irish heritage. Why not show your support and maybe learn a ‘bitesize’ portion of the Irish language? Searching for your Irish ancestry and learning the Irish language can be daunting at times so show your partner how much you care by joining them on the beautiful journey of connecting to their Irish heritage.
Share your love on Valentine’s Day using Irish Gaelic
There’s no perfect relationship, but there are few tips and tricks that make it an “always growing” relationship. Love isn’t meant to be perfect & relationships require a lot of work. Don’t forget to be polite and show your love for your partner. Other tips:
Don’t forget to say “good morning” to your better half.
It’s a great way to start the day and use a bitesize of Irish to show your appreciation.
Before asking something from your partner, don’t forget to say “Please”.
You should never take things for granted and think your partner “is required to do something” without you even asking.
Always say thank you when your partner helps you.
Showing appreciation can be done in various ways, but simple is always better. When we say “thank you”, we show people that we care about them and we appreciated what they have done.
The most important Irish Gaelic phrase on Valentine’s Day
Well, there’s no better way to let someone know you love them than… saying “I love you”. Make sure you really mean it.
How to say “I love you” in Irish Gaelic
Last but not least, don’t forget that you can use the Irish language to express your love for your partner by using endearments (word or phrase expressing love or affection). Watch the following video and learn how to pronounce several Irish Gaelic endearments.
How are you using the Irish language to share your love? Let us know in the comments section below. Don’t forget that you can use the above phrases to show your affection all year long, not just on Valentine’s Day.
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Is aoibhinn liom bitesize. Go raibh míle maith agatsa.
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