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Post November 15 2008, 17:32 PM
vivianrn
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Posts: 3
Hi,

I want to modify an embroidery design to say "Welcome Friends" with the plural form of "friends"

What is the correct phrase.

Thanks for any and all help!

Vivian

 
Post November 15 2008, 17:35 PM
Redwolf
Ard-Banríon na Ráiméise
 
Posts: 57599
vivianrn wrote:Hi,

I want to modify an embroidery design to say "Welcome Friends" with the plural form of "friends"

What is the correct phrase.

Thanks for any and all help!

Vivian


You have it already. Just be careful of your accents:

Fáilte a Chairde

Singular of "friend" would be "a chara"

Redwolf

Post November 15 2008, 17:37 PM
vivianrn
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Posts: 3
thank you!

Post November 15 2008, 17:55 PM
Teifeach
Craiceáilte
 
Posts: 7359
Redwolf wrote:
vivianrn wrote:Hi,

I want to modify an embroidery design to say "Welcome Friends" with the plural form of "friends"

What is the correct phrase.

Thanks for any and all help!

Vivian


You have it already. Just be careful of your accents:

Fáilte a Chairde

Singular of "friend" would be "a chara"

Redwolf


Be Really Careful with the accent like red said :D

Post November 17 2008, 2:05 AM
vivianrn
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Posts: 3
So only the one "a" in Failte has an accent? No accents in the other two words?

This is a cross stich for my priest, so don't let me be wrong here!
:D

thanks,
vivian



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