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I was highly amused when an American told me he wanted to be more worldly by leaning languages and listed Irish as one of them. I know there's a few words that's different, but it still sounded funny.

EDIT: Okay so he probably meant Irish Gaelic, but then say Irish Gaelic. You'd be surprised by how little I know about languages so it helps to be specific. ;)


14th September 2012

Tagged in Mexico America

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4 months ago #9410371        
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Gosh, Mexico is such a cutie. I wish we got to see her more.



2 months ago #9427761        
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Guess what... over 400 million from 20 countries people speak Spanish as mother language and about 30 million as second language.
So, USA's argument is invalid. x)



2 months ago #9427758        
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Wat



3 months ago #9417677        
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I can speak French, German, English, a bit of Irish Gaelic, some Native American languages, and a bit of Vietnamese
GO LOUISIANA

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5 months ago #9405560        
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@InsaneEmu
I always say mate, regardless of being in trouble or not :atroll:

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5 months ago #9405471        
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Mate... I don't know about anyone else, but I've only been called mate if I'm in deep horse crap and need to pull myself out before I get punched in the face. Could just be me.



7 months ago #9385802        
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@SasanachAerach: Gaeilge... Tá sé go hálainn...

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7 months ago #9381307        
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I have read that the first foreign language the US Constitution was translated into was Scots Gaelic, --so that a settlement of Scots could vote whether they wanted to live under it or not. They debated it hotly, then voted "no". However it passed without them and was adopted in 1787.



8 months ago #9372570        
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Hey! Is teanga difriúil é Gaeilge ná "Hiberno English", agus is é "Irish" an t-ainm atá air as Béarla. Ná deirtear "Irish Gaelic" i áit ar bith ach Meiriceá. :P
Hey! Irish is a different language than Hiberno-English, and it is called "Irish" in English. "Irish Gaelic" is only said in America. :P
(Tá brón orm nach bhfuil mo chuid Gaeilge níos fhearr, ach ná chuir mé é in usáid le cúpla bhlian mar táim i Gearmáin anois.)

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8 months ago #9369272        
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OH buachaill hÉireann

(Oh boy Irish)

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