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Should You Use Irish Language on Your Vacation?

Planning a family vacation to the Emerald Isle this summer? The cloyingly green landscape is made complete with the vibrant people who live, breath and speak upon it each day. Some Irish visitors know a few phrases like “sláinte,” which roughly translates to “cheers” in English. Listen and enjoy the podcast below with Jody Holsted to help you introduce more complex Gaelic phrases into conversation with locals (and their delighted reactions) while enjoying Ireland!

via Irish Language Ireland Travel Tips Ireland Family Vacations.

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