How do you say "you're welcome" in Irish? I'm looking for a response to "Go raibh maith agat."?
- SiúlóirLv 58 years agoFavorite Answer
"Tá fáilte romhat" is one way, but it may be something of an anglicism. I think the traditional Irish way is "Go ndéana a mhaith dhuit".
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- BrennusLv 68 years ago
"You're welcome" is written like Tá fáilte romhat in Irish but sounds like "Tah fall-chuh rott" when you actually hear a native Irish speaker say it.
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- 4 years ago
The same question pops up again
- marqueriteLv 44 years ago
yes, it might be right