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Date Posted: 17:47:38 03/29/04 Mon
Author: Ciarán
Author Host/IP: cache2-blfs.server.ntli.net /
Subject: Re: Just a pronunciation question
In reply to: Matt Kane 's message, "Just a pronunciation question" on 03:32:46 02/29/04 Sun

>I live in the US and I've never actually heard anyone
>say the phrase;
>"Tiocfaidh ar lá"
>I know it means "tommorow is ours" or "our time will
>My best guess for the pronunciation is either;
>"cheek-fay er law"
>"cheek-faw er law"
>Any help would be appreciated.

It is pronounced <chucky ar laa> and means "Our day wiil come" however this phase is gramatically incorrect despite its common usage, the correct way of making this statement is...Beidh ár lá linn..<bay ar laa lynn>

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