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Irish adjectives

Unlike English, adjectives in Irish are placed after the noun. Adjectives in Irish agree with the noun they describe. This means that adjectives have a special form if the noun that they describe is in the plural.

Examples for using Irish adjectives

na laethanta teo
the hot days
na laethanta teo
the warm days
na laethanta fada
the long days
na laethanta fuara
the cold days

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Basic words and phrases in Irish

Get by in Irish with these basic Irish words & phrases.

It is two o'clock.

Tá sé a dó a chlog.

It is midnight.

Tá sé ina bhron oíche.

We have time.

Tá am againn.

It is noon.

Tá sé ina bhron lae.

Hurry !

Brostaigh ort.

It is early.

Tá sé luath.

What time is it ?

Cén t-am é ?

I have time.

Tá am agam.