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printNight on the town
Colin is desperate for cash and is moonlighting as 'Colin's Cabs'. Here's a list of possible destinations.
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Where do you want to go? (SINGULAR)Cá háit a bhfuil tú ag iarraidh a dhul?
to the pubGo dtí an teach tábhairne
to Betty's houseGo teach Bhetty
to the parkGo dtí an pháirc
to the swimming poolGo dtí an linn snámha
to the shopGo dtí an siopa
into townIsteach sa bhaile mhór
to the cinemaGo dtí an phictiúrlann
to the restaurantGo dtí an bhialann
to the hospitalGo dtí an t-ospidéal

Where do you want to go? (PLURAL)Cá háit a bhfuil sibh ag iarraidh a dhul?
Do you want to go to the cinema?An bhfuil fonn ort a dhul go dtí an phictiúrlann?
YesTá.
Do you want to go to the park?An bhfuil fonn ort a dhul go dtí an pháirc?
YesTá.
Do you want to go to the hospital?An bhfuil fonn ort a dhul go dtí an t-ospidéal?
YesTá.
Do you want to go to the pub?An bhfuil fonn ort a dhul go dtí an teach tábhairne?
YesTá.
Do you want to go to the swimming pool?An bhfuil fonn ort a dhul go dtí an linn snámha?
YesTá.
Do you want to go to the pub?An bhfuil fonn ort a dhul go dtí an teach tábhairne?
No. I want to go to the shop.Níl. Ba mhaith liom a dhul go dtí an siopa.
Do you want to go to the park?An bhfuil fonn ort a dhul go dtí an pháirc?
No. I want to go to the restaurant.Níl. Ba mhaith liom a dhul go dtí an bhialann.
Do you want to go to the cinema?An bhfuil fonn ort a dhul go dtí an phictiúrlann?
No. I want to go to Betty's house.Níl. Ba mhaith liom a dhul go teach Bhetty.
Do you want to go home?An bhfuil fonn ort a dhul abhaile?
No. I want to go into town.Níl. Ba mhaith liom a dhul isteach sa bhaile mhór.


footnotes

You might also hear "chuig" (hig) for 'to' or "chuig an" for 'to the'. So "chuig an linn snámha" / "go dtí an linn snámha" both mean 'to the swimming pool'.

"sa" (= in the) affects the next word and dunks a "h" after the first letter.
e.g. "bosca" (=a box) but "sa bhosca" (=in the box).

"orm" = on me
"ort" = on you (singular)
"air" = on him
"uirthi" = on her
"orainn" = on us
"oraibh" = on you (plural)
"orthu" = on them

To show that Betty is the owner of the house ("teach"), a "h" is dunked after the first letter of her name e.g. "teach Bhetty = Betty's house / "cat Bhetty" = Betty's cat.

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