How to Learn Common Phrases in Irish?

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1 If a friendly enough Irish person, picks up a conversation with you, the first thing they'll say would be "Hello" which in Irish is - "Dia Duit" . (Dee-ya-gwitch) Who ever says Dia Duit first, the other person answers - "Dia is Muire Duit" .
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