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Date Posted: 08:02:04 04/19/04 Mon
Author: Linda McCue
Author Host/IP: h151.19.96.216.ip.alltel.net /
Subject: communication helps

I have a few simple phrases that I think would be extremely useful to me. I have been unable to find even the simplest texts here. But grumbling aside, I need a handy reference if you could be so kind. Here is the list:

How do you say this in Gaelic (or Irish)?
What does it mean?
How do you spell it?
I don't know.
Please repeat that.
One more time.
More slowly, please.
I don't understand.
I can't hear you.
Louder please.

I'm learning slowly, but I'm learning. Thank you for your assistance.

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