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What is the Irish for 'I love Irish men'?

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Is maith liom fír Éireanach = I like Irish men.

Is bréa liom fír Éireanach = I ____ Irish men. 'Bréa' doesn't really have a translation. It means a great like for something.

Now, in order to say LOVE...

Tá grá agam do fír Éireanach = I have love for Irish men (Irish sentances can be structured differently then in english).
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