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|Posted on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 - 04:29 pm: ||
I'm an aspiring writer and need help translating a few phrases into irish-gaelic for a conversation between two characters...
"You're hopeless, you know that?"
"Hey - its not my fault; it was slippery up there!"
"Which is exactly why I told you to hold on to the rope. If you had listened to me ... Oh, nevermind. Why do I bother anymore?"
"Are you okay?"
"I think I sprained my ankle."
"Maybe. But at least I managed to roll this time!"
"I'm sorry, we didn't mean to scare you. Are you, by chance (name) and (name)?"
"I see. (name) could you ...?"
"You got it, boss."
Also, if anyone knows an endearment like "love" or "beloved" that would be suitable for a nickname, that would be helpful too!
Thanks so much if anyone out there can help!