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ulfaeus 
Posted: 22-Apr-2007, 10:20 AM
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hello glad I found this

I have been wondering how to say "you are in my heart"
in Irish
thanks I have enjoyed reading the thread and the links were helpful.
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I am currently studying Irish Gaelic, I am new to this forum, my husband thought it would help me out with all my study's. I have run into something that is a bit confusing and that is the word, "duit" which is pronounced here as being (git) or (ditch) later on by some other replys here, which of course translates to ( to you ), in a study book that I have though, it's written as "dhuit", pronounciated as ( wutz). I am confused, could you help me out on that.
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QUOTE (Devlin @ 19-Sep-2007, 07:51 PM)
I am currently studying Irish Gaelic, I am new to this forum, my husband thought it would help me out with all my study's. I have run into something that is a bit confusing and that is the word, "duit" which is pronounced here as being (git) or (ditch) later on by some other replys here, which of course translates to ( to you ), in a study book that I have though, it's written as "dhuit", pronounciated as ( wutz). I am confused, could you help me out on that.

duit, or dhuit (both are correct spelling) can be pronounced something similar to 'ditch' or ghwitch', or g(h)wit, or g(h)it (although the t and d here are different from English 't' and 'd' - they are more dental).
I've never heard of dhuit being pronounced as 'wutz' - if this is written in your book, I'm afraid it's wrong, if it's on a tape, I think you must be mis-hearing the sounds.
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Posted: 23-Oct-2007, 09:17 AM
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QUOTE (ulfaeus @ 22-Apr-2007, 10:20 AM)
hello glad I found this

I have been wondering how to say "you are in my heart"
in Irish
thanks I have enjoyed reading the thread and the links were helpful.

You are in my heart
Tá tú i mo chroí
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