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please translate - Good morning, what's for breakfast

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Post February 01 2008, 16:27 PM
lave12752
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Posts: 1
Can some one please translate the following phrase from English to Irish for me.

Good morning, what's for breakfast?

 
Post February 01 2008, 16:32 PM
Christy Quinn.
Craiceáilte
 
Posts: 6024
lave12752 wrote:Can some one please translate the following phrase from English to Irish for me.

Good morning, what's for breakfast?


Hi,

''Maidin maith, cad tá ann igeor an mbricfeasta ,[cead lón] .
I am sure ''cead lón'' is never used nowadays and who even heard of it?Christy :lach:
Wait for more to be sure.
Quae Sursum volo videre.
The Mouth from the South.
An sean duine liath.

Post February 01 2008, 17:25 PM
Benjamin
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Posts: 7631
Christy Quinn. wrote:
lave12752 wrote:Can some one please translate the following phrase from English to Irish for me.

Good morning, what's for breakfast?


Hi,

''Maidin mhaith, cad tá ann igeor an mbricfeasta ,[cead lón] .
I am sure ''cead lón'' is never used nowadays and who even heard of it?Christy :lach:


Tá typo beag ann a chara.

Post February 01 2008, 18:04 PM
An Treasach
Scéalaí Mór
 
Posts: 2161
Maidin mhaith, caidé atá ann fá choinne bricfeasta? is what I'd say. Maidin mhaith is generally the term used these days for 'good morning', but Dia duit ar maidin exists as well.



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