caife sounds exactly like we say coffee in norwegian
It is pretty similar to the Portuguese version, but you use to say café as /ka. fɛ/, while Irish uses /kɤɑf.e/
True, but in some norwegian dialects, they do pronounce it like in Irish :)
So ólaimid is "We drink", but how would you say "I drink" or "He drinks" etc?
If I remember my previous lessons correctly -
ólaim = ólann mé "I drink"; ólann tú "you drink"; ólann sé "he drinks"; ólann sí "she drinks"; ólaimid = ólann muid = ólann sinn "we drink"; ólann sibh = "you (all) drink; ye drink"; ólann siad = "they drink".