My daily routine
Do you know how to talk about your daily routine in Irish? Learn some helpful words and phrases and test yourself on others you may already know!
This guide is all about using the present tense.
You use the present tense when talking about what you're doing right now, or regularly - for example, when talking about what you're doing this instant, or explaining what your daily routine involves.
Learn more about using the present tense in this guide.
|múscail||verb wake up|
|éirigh||verb get up|
|cuir éadaí ar||verb put on clothes|
Ag mo scoil
|faigh||verb get, find|
|sroich||verb arrive, reach|
|éist le||verb listen to|
|amharc ar||verb watch|
|imir||verb play (sports, games)|
|seinn||verb play (an instrument)|
|labhair le||verb talk with, talk to|
|cuir scairt ar||verb call|
|buail le||verb meet|
|cuir / seol||verb send|
|déan||verb do, make|