The trouble with wanting to speak Irish Gaelic is that it’s a massive life-long journey. On the pessimistic side of things, you’ll never be fluent like a native speaker. And the journey is difficult (it’s meant to be difficult).
hello in irish
When you’re travelling to a new country or you meet people from other parts of the World, one of the easiest ways to instantly connect with them is to greet them using their own language. Yes, English is spoken and understood by a lot of people, but greeting someone new by using their own language …
We’ve talked a bit about saying “hello” in Irish. We’ve talked a bit about introducing yourself in Irish. So now let’s put the cap on that and learn how to say “goodbye” in Irish.
To say “Hello” in Irish Gaelic, you say: Dia dhuit. /JEE-uh ghwitch/ That phrase is how you say hello to someone in Irish.
Whether you’re learning Irish Gaelic or just want to learn a few phrases, greetings are a good place to start. In this article we’ll teach you some basic greetings in Irish that you can use to impress your Irish friends (and perhaps inspire you to learn more!). If you’re already a Bitesize subscriber, you can …
The Irish language, An Ghaeilge, (sometimes called Irish Gaelic) is a rich and ancient one, and no where is that better demonstrated than in the many ways it has for greeting people!