'Thank you' is an English phrase and therefore has no meaning in Irish.
Thank you is Go raibh maith agat and you is tu
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You would write it "thank you." However if you want it to be understood by most people there you may want to write "Рахмет" which is Kazakh for thank you.
There is singing in some Irish music. But not all of it. thank you for asking.
If you really want to but it would be rather silly. Would you then expect the recipient of your thank you note for their thank you note to write a thank you note for that too?
shukran = means thank you .. and in Arabic you write it like this : شكرا
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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.
(what do you want the thank you note to be about..?) Dear _____, Thank you for ________ i really appreciate it, and ______________________ _________________________________ ____________________________________ _____________________________________ ______________________________________ (Blank spots are whatever you want to write there)
Linda has no Irish translation
Shukarn = Thank you in Arabic
To right a thank you note you need to thank that person for what they did or do for you.
Thank you...? Go raibh ma agat...?
Thank you very much is: Go raibh mile maith agat!
Tagalog Translation of THANK YOU: salamat
thank you in Korean language.
감사합니다 감사합니다 = thank you
Thank you is 謝謝 in Chinese.
buíochas le Dia
It's already written in Irish.
write a thank you note...
Hello is: hola. Thank you is: gracias.
say thank u
Go raibh maith agat.