What would you like to do?
(if speaking to one person) Go raibh maith agat. Literally it means "May there be good on you". It would be pronounced: "G'rev ma agut" (if speaking to more… than one) Go raibh maith agaibh
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Go raibh maith agat.
Go raibh maith agat, (pronounced g'rev ma agut) is used to say thank you in Irish. It more literally means: let there be good on you.
Go raibh maith agat (gura moy ugut) may goodness be upon you literally but it's how you say thank you
Go raibh maith agat (pronounced 'Gu rev moth agut').
go raibh maith agat. (to one person)
Go raibh maith agat (pronounced Gurra mah ogguth) Go raibh maith agat
Thank you is Go raibh maith agat and you is tu
No. It is not an event in Ireland, except amongst Americans living in Ireland who would celebrate it themselves.
Go raibh maith agat (singular) pronounced "gur ra maw aguth" Go raibh maith agaibh (plural) pronounced "gur ra maw agive"
Go raibh maith 'ad/agaibh (plural) (Guh ruh mah ad/ah-gee) hard 'g' as in gate
Go raibh maith agat (to one person only).
"No, go raibh maith agat" is the most common way. In Irish there are 101 different ways of replying depending on the question. Here are 3. "Aon, go raibh maith agat" "Níl, go… raibh maith agat" " níor mhaith, go raibh maith agat"
'Would you like a cup of coffee?' Ar mhaith leat cupa caife? No (I wouldn't), thank you. Níor mhaith, go raibh maith agat. This type of answer is dependant on the question as…ked. Irish has no words corresponding to English 'Yes' or "No'; you need to repeat the verb in a positive or negative form. Even in Hiberno-English you may hear 'Were you there?' 'I was' (yes).
Thug mé buíochas (do) is I gave thanks (to).
Go raibh maith agat (to one person). Thank you. Go raibh maith agaibh. (to more than one person) Tá fáilte romhat (to one) Tá fáilte romhaibh (more than one)