What would you like to do?
What is copy in Irish?
Irish is a language more complex than English. You have to learn it.
"CÃ³ip" as in "CÃ³ip de litir" (A copy of a letter). "CÃ³ipeÃ¡il" is the verb.
The Irish are the people who live in island and they are also the people who play bagpippers and where a skirt called a kilt (that's mostly th men tho) Kilts are scottish actu…ally. Irish people come from Ireland and most of them don't actually speak the language. And they don't play bagpipes. Its the harp.
We(Im Irish-,english- and welsh-American)Wear Sweaters,Dresses,Hats and lots of the stuff you do
It varies by context: it can be chuig, chun, go, go dti.
tar éis i ndiaidh / ina dhiaidh
"You have a car" in Irish would be "Tá carr agat", (literally "there is a car at-you").
Níl X agat/ agaibh (plural) You don't have X
No, the icons on the Indian flag represent something that i dont know but it has nothing to do with the Irish Flag.
I was born in Ireland! Have Irish parents, grandparents, great-grandparents. I'd say that's why I'm Irish!
"tá mé" -- sometimes shortened to "táim" means "I am"