Why Irish are poor?
The Irish are not poor...maybe you should go there then you will realise it is quite a wealthy first world (and expensive) country. The government is riddled with debt though...
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yes workers were not kept in good conditions.So typhus as a big problem!
They ate Indian Corn from North America
NÃl X agat/ agaibh (plural) You don't have X
SÃ© ~ (pronounced "shay")
What is the question
I assume that by "I will," you mean the first person singular future tense. (More correctly this should be "I shall," but American and Canadian English make almost no distinct…ion between will and shall any more, although the English spoken in Ireland does.) The answer is, it depends upon what you are going to do. There is no simple "I will" in Irish, or in most languages. Instead, you would use the first person singular future form of the verb.
Because a poor paying job in America was viewed as generally superior to starving to death in Ireland, which was essentially their other option.
anam means 'soul'.
They were often paid in tokens that could only be spent at shops owned by the crooked bosses.They paid extortionate rates for food etc.If they protested basically they could b…e sacked so would not be able to provide for themselves or family.This is a succinct answer.There were lots more reasons though.
Irish doesn't have a word for 'have'; instead you say 'is at-him'; ' He has a dog' would be ' TÃ¡ madra aige '.
Not all Irish are poor. The stereotype of a poor Irishman arose from the potato famine of the 1850's, when many poor Irish emigrated to the United States to flee the poverty a…nd despair that was gripping their country.