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The Daltaí Boards » Archive: 1999-2004 » 2000 (July-December) » I love you to a child(ren) « Previous Next »

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Torii (sum-p1-171.hitter.net - 207.192.77.171)
Posted on Monday, August 14, 2000 - 11:28 am:   Edit Post Print Post

I want to tell my children "I love you" in Irish. I looked back through your old discussions and found umpteen different ways to say I love you. I picked them apart with a dictionary and settled on Tá grá agam ort. Is this an appropriate form of "I love you" to a child? If not could you please tell me what is. Also if I was talking to both of them at once would I use Tá grá agam oraibh? If so how do you pronounce oraibh. And once last thing, I have noticed that what I see isn't what I hear like Go raibh maith agat I hear grow mah hagat. So would the grá agam be pounced almost as 1 word? Any help on this is so greatly appreciated
Thanks

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