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Date Posted: 03:03:47 01/12/04 Mon
Author: Brin O'Cathain
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Subject: Re: Irish Translation
In reply to: Con 's message, "Irish Translation" on 03:47:20 01/08/04 Thu

>I wonder if anyone can help me. I am looking to find
>the Irish Translation for the following.
>"Making the impossible possible"
>Any help would be gratefully appreciated. Thanks
Dia dhuit
Across is trasna (trass-na)
Making the impossible possible is very hard to translate.
Possible is 'indéanta'(in-jane-ta) and impossible is 'dodhéanta'(du-yane-ta).Because the expresion is a purely English one and tautalogical, it translates something like 'a déanamh an dodhéanta indéanta (a jane-u un du-yane-ta in-jane-ta)which is very poor Gaeilge!
Is Mise Brian

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