The 3 Ways to Say 'How are You?' in Irish, as Gaeilge
I'm so excited you're here to learn how to say 'how are you?' in Irish Gaelic, because it's such a useful phrase to know.
Did you know?
There are three ways to say hello in Irish, because we have three main dialects.
If you don't have a dialect preference, learning the Munster version will be most useful, as it is what most Irish people will learn at school. It's also what they will understand best in Leinster. So, if you're heading to Dublin, this will the be version for you.
Check out our video below to hear the 3 ways of asking 'how you are' as Gaeilge.
If you're a reader, not a viewer, scroll down to our mini lesson.
'How are You?' in Irish Gaelic;
In Munster; Conas atá tú? [kunis ataw too]
In Connaught; Cén chaoi a bhfuil tú? [Kane kwee a will too]
In Ulster; Cad é mar atá tú? [ku-kay mar ataw too]
If you found this post helpful, definitely take a look at our other posts in this series.
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