the offical language of Ireland is English, so you would say it the same as hereAnswerActually the first official language of Ireland is Irish. English is the second official language. Unfortunately my Irish would not be good enough to translate the land of opportunity into Irish
Irish and English are the official language, and although most people speak English mostly, more people CAN speak Irish than can speak English.
'the land of opportunity' slogan apparently...
Le pays des opportunités.
Since the Irish speak English, they would say "Land of the young and free". Of course, it isn't. All lands have a homogeneous mixture of people of all ages.
Arkansas has the name "The Land of Opportunity".
Arkansas has the nickname "Land of Opportunity".
Talamhsource : Geddes & Grosset Irish-English Dictionary
how do you say my country in irish
Use it in a sentence. 'I own land', 'It's my own land' etc.Also specify Scottish Gaelic or Irish Gaelic.
In Irish you could say "to seize the opportunity" which would be "Breith ar an bhfaill" or "An deis a thapú".Scottish Gaelic:?
Its is no longer named the land of opportunity thank goodness but is now the natural state.
The Irish left their homeland in great numbers looking for land and opportunity. Land in the west was cheap, inexpensive or even free. Used to hard work in the rocky and hilly fields of Ireland, the abundant flat lands of Texas and the other western states attracted vast numbers of immigrants.
To say my lady in the Irish language, say: mo bhean
The Land of Opportunity - 1920 was released on: USA: 8 February 1920
How do you say "for four days " in irish?
The way to say egg in Irish is ubh
The Land of Opportunity was a nickname for the United States, especially during the waves of European immigration in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
yes pakistan is the land of opportuinties...........
Arkansas is not the The Land of Opportunity any more now it is called The Natural State for its natural things.
No Irish version.
"luckily in Irish"
No Irish version.
Caitríona in Irish.
No Irish form.
I am truly Irish and I think that people say "the luck of the Irish" because , they are either Irish or they believe in luck!
The Modern Irish is 'anam'. What is 'ancient Irish'? Old Irish?