"Tapadh leat a bhràthair!"
Translation:Thank you, brother!
The slender "r" pronunciation (after e or i) and r and the end of a word after a vowel does have a bit of a soft "th" sound. And the bh is pronounced like an English v. And h after the t makes the t silent. So its pronounced a bit like vrah-hath or vrah-heth. But i am only a couple weeks in. Hope this helps. Keep going!
I have been writing down all the words I learn in a note book. Gaelic word then english word . I title the page with each category like, personel details, food, clothes ,ect. When I learn how its pronounced I write it best I can next to the words. Thats my list It really helps with spelling also.