"We are grateful to you."

Translation:Táimid buíoch díbh.

3 years ago

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what's the difference between taimid and ta muid?

3 years ago

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Nothing. They're just used in different dialects.

3 years ago

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Didn't think this was a dialect thing, just the natural shortening that occurs when speaking. E.g. "it's" versus "it is".

3 years ago

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Nah, it's more dialectal. You won't hear, for instance, táimid in Ulster or often in Connemara. But it's likely all you'll hear in Munster (which also uses other synthetic forms).

3 years ago
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