Changing Step

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Faith and religion have always been prominent in Irish culture, and traditional Irish baby names include saints and other Christian missionaries. What is more, new evidence from genetic analysis (see note below) indicates that the Anglo-Saxons and Celts, to the extent that they can be defined genetically, were both small immigrant minorities. Dia dhuit ("dee-ah guit")—Hello; Conas atá tú? ("kunus ah-thaw thoo")—How are you; Fáilte romhat! ("fawilteh rowth")—Welcome; Cad as duit? ("kawd oss dit")—Where are you from; Gabh mo leithscéal ("gauw muh leshgale")—Excuse me; Le do thoil ("leh duh hull")—Please; Tá dhá thaobh ar an scéa ("thaw gaw hayv air un shgale")—There's something to be said on both sides; Más toil le Dia ("maws tule leh dee-ah")—God willing; Tá sé ceart to leor ("thaw shay k-yarth guh lore") It's all right; Beidh lá eile ag an bPaorach! ("beg law eleh egg un fairoch")—Better luck next time; Buíochas le Dia ("bu-ee-kus leh dee-ah")—Thank God; Is fusa a rá ná a dhéanamh ("iss fusa ah raw naw ah yeaanav")—Easier said than done; Go raibh míle maith agat ("guh row meela moh ugut")—Thank you very much; Slán agat go fóill ("slawn ugut guh fowil")— Good-bye for the present.

Pages: 440

Publisher: Trafalgar Square (April 1997)

ISBN: 0747251142

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