Irish language lessons how to say North and South in Irish


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Dia duit agus fáilte arís Hello and welcome again Tá sé deas tú a fheiceáil, it's nice to see you. In this video we're going to look at the differences between north and south So let's start with north, the Irish for north is Thuaidh But it could be Tuaisceart as well, Tuaisceart, depending on the context of the sentence so for example The north wind = An ghaoth aduaidh Northern Ireland = Tuaisceart Éireann North America Meiriceá Thuaidh is North America And if you wanted to say she is from the north of Scotland you could say Is as Tuaisceart na hAlban í The Irish for Scotland is Albain Now let's look at South, the Irish word for South is Theas But it could be Deisceart depending on the context - deisceart. So let's look at the south coast An cósta theas The south wind = An ghaoth aneas South Africa Afraic Theas - South Africa And South America Meiriceá Theas If you wanted to say it's further to the south you could say Tá sé níos faide ó dheas Tá sé níos faide ó dheas - it's further to the south So that's it for this Irish language video on the differences between north and south if you would like to see more Irish language videos similar to this please subscribe and You will see some similar videos on screen now that you can check out if you wish Go raibh maith agat, thank you agus tóg go bog é, and take it easy.