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Tá tú go hálainn

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Post January 31 2008, 20:24 PM
karamcd
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Posts: 2
Hi everyone,
I just needed to check and make sure that this translation was correct (especially if a native speaker could confirm!):
Tá tú go hálainn=You are beautiful or You are very beautiful
Thank you very much!
Kara McDonald

 
Post January 31 2008, 20:34 PM
Pwyll2
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Posts: 3070
There are only one or two native speakers here and they don't write everyday I think. But not only native speakers know correct Irish :)

Tá tú go hálainn = you are beautiful

Tá tú iontach álainn = you are very beautiful (some also say tá tú an-álainn)
Is fearr Gaeilg chliste ná Gaeilg bhriste

Learn the sounds of Irish here: http://loig.cheveau.ifrance.com/irish/i ... ounds.html & http://annexedicoirlfr.ifrance.com/

Post January 31 2008, 20:42 PM
karamcd
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Thank you! I also apologize if I sounded rude, it wasn't my intention. I didn't mean to knock learners or non-native speakers :)

Post January 31 2008, 22:02 PM
Pwyll2
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Posts: 3070
You didn't sound rude :wink:

It's true, it's better to ask native speakers, but given there aren't many on Irish forums, you have to content yourself with non-native speakers or learners :)
Is fearr Gaeilg chliste ná Gaeilg bhriste

Learn the sounds of Irish here: http://loig.cheveau.ifrance.com/irish/i ... ounds.html & http://annexedicoirlfr.ifrance.com/



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