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"You like chocolate."

Translation:Is maith leat seacláid.

3 years ago

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Spanish: Chocolate :) English: Chocolate :) French: Chocolat :) Japanese: チョコレート(chokorēto) :) Catalan: Xocolata :) Irish: Seacláid c: The other langs: What the heck, Irish. Irish: It's alright, guys, it's pronounced ''Shawclayed''. c; English: ...Fair enough.

1 year ago

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What's the difference between 'maith' and 'mhaith'?

2 years ago

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In every languege I know/am learning, chocolate sound similar to, well, chocolate. How am I ever going to remember seaclaid? Oh well, I learnt English, I'll learn Irish.

3 years ago

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The sound of seacláid isn’t too far removed from that of “chocolate” — remember that Irish orthography doesn’t have the same pronunciation conventions that English orthography does.

3 years ago

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I know, but it's hard to learn the spelling. :/

3 years ago